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14.5 General angular and frequency distributions of

charges , 477 . 14.6 Frequency spectrum from relativistic charged particle in an

instantaneously circular orbit , synchrotron

14.5 General angular and frequency distributions of

**radiation**from acceleratedcharges , 477 . 14.6 Frequency spectrum from relativistic charged particle in an

instantaneously circular orbit , synchrotron

**radiation**, 481 . 14.7 Thomson ...Page 578

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chapters the problems of electrodynamics have been divided into two classes ...

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**Radiation**Damping , Self - Fields of a Particle . Scattering and Absorption of**Radiation**by a Bound System 17.1 Introductory Considerations In the precedingchapters the problems of electrodynamics have been divided into two classes ...

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... 589 Rayleigh scattering law , 573 , 603 Reaction cross section , definition of ,

606 Reaction threshold , 400 Reactive effects of

reaction Reflection , from sphere in diffraction , 301 , 302 of charged particle from

region ...

... 589 Rayleigh scattering law , 573 , 603 Reaction cross section , definition of ,

606 Reaction threshold , 400 Reactive effects of

**radiation**, see Radiativereaction Reflection , from sphere in diffraction , 301 , 302 of charged particle from

region ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

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