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When the

time to accelerate and decelerate between collisions. Then inertial effects enter

and the conductivity becomes complex. Unfortunately at these same

...

When the

**frequency**of the applied fields is comparable to v, the electrons havetime to accelerate and decelerate between collisions. Then inertial effects enter

and the conductivity becomes complex. Unfortunately at these same

**frequencies**...

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14.7 Radiating particle illuminates the detector at O only for a time At. The

arbitrary motion it plays the role of a fundamental

14.50) ...

14.7 Radiating particle illuminates the detector at O only for a time At. The

**frequency**spectrum thus contains**frequencies**up to a maximum or - (At)T". forarbitrary motion it plays the role of a fundamental

**frequency**of motion. Equation (14.50) ...

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Then we find (pe = sys;) - slo); (14.85) p mc”/ p This critical

agree with our qualitative estimate (14.50) of Section 14.4. If the motion of the

charge is truly circular, then clp is the fundamental

Then we find (pe = sys;) - slo); (14.85) p mc”/ p This critical

**frequency**is seen toagree with our qualitative estimate (14.50) of Section 14.4. If the motion of the

charge is truly circular, then clp is the fundamental

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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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