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Make a sketch of / as a function of X for fixed Z. (c) Use the vector formula (9.82)

to obtain a

A linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude EO and wave number k is incident ...

Make a sketch of / as a function of X for fixed Z. (c) Use the vector formula (9.82)

to obtain a

**result**equivalent to that of part (a). Compare the two expressions. 9.7A linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude EO and wave number k is incident ...

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The reason is that for the lighter particles quantum- mechanical modifications

cause a breakdown of the classical

discreteness of the possible energy transfers, and (2) limitations due to the wave

...

The reason is that for the lighter particles quantum- mechanical modifications

cause a breakdown of the classical

**result**. The important quantum effects are (1)discreteness of the possible energy transfers, and (2) limitations due to the wave

...

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If 0 is the angle between the acceleration v and n, as shown in Fig. 14.3, then the

power radiated can be written dP e2 .j . 2 — = v sm dQ 477C3 0 (14.21) This

exhibits the characteristic sin2 0 angular dependence which is a well- known

If 0 is the angle between the acceleration v and n, as shown in Fig. 14.3, then the

power radiated can be written dP e2 .j . 2 — = v sm dQ 477C3 0 (14.21) This

exhibits the characteristic sin2 0 angular dependence which is a well- known

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