## Classical Electrodynamics |

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x (Geometrical

total surface area. The Q of a cavity is evidently, apart from a geometrical

the ratio of the volume occupied by the fields to the volume of the conductor into ...

x (Geometrical

**factor**) (8.92)* pu,\Sö where V is the volume of the cavity, and S itstotal surface area. The Q of a cavity is evidently, apart from a geometrical

**factor**,the ratio of the volume occupied by the fields to the volume of the conductor into ...

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As the scattering angle departs from the forward direction the shadow integral will

vanish rapidly, both the exponential and the vector

the same tendency. On the other hand, the integral from the illuminated region ...

As the scattering angle departs from the forward direction the shadow integral will

vanish rapidly, both the exponential and the vector

**factor**in the integrand havingthe same tendency. On the other hand, the integral from the illuminated region ...

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... the same Lorentz shape as the scattering cross section, but is larger by a

T/T. At high frequencies T, -- oor, so that the absorption cross section approaches

the constant Thomson value (we have again ignored or compared to unity).

... the same Lorentz shape as the scattering cross section, but is larger by a

**factor**T/T. At high frequencies T, -- oor, so that the absorption cross section approaches

the constant Thomson value (we have again ignored or compared to unity).

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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