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In the frame in which the system M is at rest its space part vanishes, and it has the

value: (P. p1) = —ME, (12.20) Therefore the total energy of the particle with

m, is _ M* + m1 – m.” E 1. 2M (12.21) Similarly 2 * — on 2 E2 = M* + m2 - mi' ...

In the frame in which the system M is at rest its space part vanishes, and it has the

value: (P. p1) = —ME, (12.20) Therefore the total energy of the particle with

**mass**m, is _ M* + m1 – m.” E 1. 2M (12.21) Similarly 2 * — on 2 E2 = M* + m2 - mi' ...

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To illustrate the reaction-threshold formula we consider the calculation of the

threshold energy for photoproduction of neutral pi mesons from protons: y + p →

p + tr" Since the photon has no rest

...

To illustrate the reaction-threshold formula we consider the calculation of the

threshold energy for photoproduction of neutral pi mesons from protons: y + p →

p + tr" Since the photon has no rest

**mass**, the**mass**difference is AM = m,” – 135.0...

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PROBLEMS 15.1 A nonrelativistic particle of charge e and

fixed, smooth, hard sphere of radius R. Assuming that the collision is elastic,

show that in the dipole approximation (neglecting retardation effects) the

classical ...

PROBLEMS 15.1 A nonrelativistic particle of charge e and

**mass**m collides with afixed, smooth, hard sphere of radius R. Assuming that the collision is elastic,

show that in the dipole approximation (neglecting retardation effects) the

classical ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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