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The resulting potential can be seen to be the same as (2.33), obtained by another

is a unique expansion of the potential. This uniqueness provides a

The resulting potential can be seen to be the same as (2.33), obtained by another

**means**. Series (3.33), with its coefficients determined by the boundary conditions,is a unique expansion of the potential. This uniqueness provides a

**means**of ...Page 359

Time dilatation has been observed in cosmic rays with high-energy mu mesons.

These mesons are produced as secondary particles at a height of the order of 10

or 20 km, and a large fraction of them reach the earth's surface. Since the

Time dilatation has been observed in cosmic rays with high-energy mu mesons.

These mesons are produced as secondary particles at a height of the order of 10

or 20 km, and a large fraction of them reach the earth's surface. Since the

**mean**...Page 457

... 0max, with average value zero (when viewed relative to the forward direction,

or as a projected angle) and

13.109) pu / 6%in This

(0°) - ...

... 0max, with average value zero (when viewed relative to the forward direction,

or as a projected angle) and

**mean**square angle (0°) given by (13.106). ... (13.109) pu / 6%in This

**means**that the**mean**square angle of the Gaussian is 2\2(0°) - ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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