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In this chapter

considered, with special emphasis on the exchange of energy between

partners and on the accompanying deflections from the incident direction. A fast

charged ...

In this chapter

**collisions**between swiftly moving, charged particles areconsidered, with special emphasis on the exchange of energy between

**collision**partners and on the accompanying deflections from the incident direction. A fast

charged ...

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13.4 Density Effect in

relativistic the observed energy loss is given accurately by (13.44) [or by (13.36) if

m > 1) for all kinds of particles in all types of media. For ultrarelativistic particles ...

13.4 Density Effect in

**Collision**Energy Loss For particles which are not toorelativistic the observed energy loss is given accurately by (13.44) [or by (13.36) if

m > 1) for all kinds of particles in all types of media. For ultrarelativistic particles ...

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Consider the energy loss by close

particle of charge ze passing through an electronic ... (a) Show that the energy

transfer in a

Consider the energy loss by close

**collisions**of a fast, but nonrelativistic, heavyparticle of charge ze passing through an electronic ... (a) Show that the energy

transfer in a

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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