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We will content ourselves with the extreme relativistic

since ... we can approximate the Bessel functions by their small argument

3.103). Then in the relativistic

We will content ourselves with the extreme relativistic

**limit**(3 - 1). Furthermore,since ... we can approximate the Bessel functions by their small argument

**limits**(3.103). Then in the relativistic

**limit**the Fermi expression (13.70) is (#).-# Resios: ...Page 493

angles such that 2ka sin:- (14.112) If the frequency is low enough so that ka o 1,

then the

there will be a region of forward angles less than 1 0. - – 14.113 ka ( ) where the

angles such that 2ka sin:- (14.112) If the frequency is low enough so that ka o 1,

then the

**limit**qa o 1 will apply at all angles. But for frequencies where ka » 1,there will be a region of forward angles less than 1 0. - – 14.113 ka ( ) where the

**limit**...Page 518

15.5 Radiation cross section So in the complete screening

value is the semiclassical result. The curve marked “Bethe-Heitler” is the

quantumO 09max - - - mechanical Born approximation. Guy —For extremely

relativistic ...

15.5 Radiation cross section So in the complete screening

**limit**. The constantvalue is the semiclassical result. The curve marked “Bethe-Heitler” is the

quantumO 09max - - - mechanical Born approximation. Guy —For extremely

relativistic ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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