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9.13 Scattering in the Short-Wavelength Limit Scattering in the long-wavelength
limit has been discussed in Sections 9.6 and 9.7. The opposite limit, similar to the
Kirchhoff domain of diffraction, is a scattering by obstacles large compared to a ...
We specialize now to the long-wavelength limit (kaŤ 1) for a perfectly conducting
sphere (Z, = 0), and leave examples of slightly more complexity to the problems.
Only the 1= 1 terms in (16.147) are important. From (16.153) we find ...
Tabulate the wavelength (defined in terms of the real part of the frequency) in
units of the radius a and the decay time (defined as the time taken for the energy
to fall to e~' of its initial value) in units of the transit time (ale) for each of the
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