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i. . J.0) at The transmission coefficient increases more or less monotonically as ka

increases, with small oscillations superposed. For ka > 1, the second form in (

9.109) can be used to obtain an asymptotic

i. . J.0) at The transmission coefficient increases more or less monotonically as ka

increases, with small oscillations superposed. For ka > 1, the second form in (

9.109) can be used to obtain an asymptotic

**expression**, 1 1 77 ...Page 402

Then an explicit

*]]"co. 9 (248) where E' is given by (12.31). To obtain E, we merely interchange

ma and m, and change 6' into tr– 6' (cos 0' — —cos 0'). The relation between ...

Then an explicit

**expression**is * — on 2 E3 = }(E1 + most + *Hoo) +:[1-(*#")||1-(*H*]]"co. 9 (248) where E' is given by (12.31). To obtain E, we merely interchange

ma and m, and change 6' into tr– 6' (cos 0' — —cos 0'). The relation between ...

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If fields (13.64) and (13.65) are inserted into (13.68) and (13.69), we find, after

some calculation, the

Ko(Aa) |; - r) do (13.70) dar/b-a tru” 0 e(0) where A is given by (13.62). This result

...

If fields (13.64) and (13.65) are inserted into (13.68) and (13.69), we find, after

some calculation, the

**expression**due to Fermi, 2 oo (#) = ?Go Re s io A*akı(A*a)Ko(Aa) |; - r) do (13.70) dar/b-a tru” 0 e(0) where A is given by (13.62). This result

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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