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For

will correspond to much smaller energy transfers than given by (13.2) for b → Ar.

Thus Aa. hsp is a quantum analog of the minimum

For

**impact parameters**b less than this uncertainty, classical concepts fail. ... losswill correspond to much smaller energy transfers than given by (13.2) for b → Ar.

Thus Aa. hsp is a quantum analog of the minimum

**impact parameter**(13.6).Page 510

The classical minimum

15.13 MU (15.13) while the maximum value is ... If we fix our attention on a given

frequency oin x(a)), it is evident that only for

The classical minimum

**impact parameter**is [see (13.5)–(13.7)]: 2Ze” (c) blin - 215.13 MU (15.13) while the maximum value is ... If we fix our attention on a given

frequency oin x(a)), it is evident that only for

**impact parameters**less than ...Page 523

In collision problems we must sum the frequency spectra (15.52) over the various

possible

problems we must specify a minimum

virtual ...

In collision problems we must sum the frequency spectra (15.52) over the various

possible

**impact parameters**. This gives the energy per ... As always in suchproblems we must specify a minimum

**impact parameter**bomin. The method ofvirtual ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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