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For such small angles the

approximately dP(t') - 8 e^*.s (ys): - 14.41 10 oz., " (Toy (14.41) The natural

angles measured ...

For such small angles the

**angular**distribution (14.39) can be writtenapproximately dP(t') - 8 e^*.s (ys): - 14.41 10 oz., " (Toy (14.41) The natural

**angular**unit is evidently y—". The**angular**distribution is shown in Fig. 14.5 withangles measured ...

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This has the obvious quantum interpretation that the radiation from a multipole of

order (l, m) carries off mh units of z component of

of energy ho. In further analogy with quantum mechanics we would expect the ...

This has the obvious quantum interpretation that the radiation from a multipole of

order (l, m) carries off mh units of z component of

**angular**momentum per photonof energy ho. In further analogy with quantum mechanics we would expect the ...

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Power, radiated,

charged particle, 470, 472 radiated, by charged particle in accelerators, 471

radiated, by charge in arbitrary periodic motion, 501 radiated, by multipoles, 550 f

. radiated, ...

Power, radiated,

**angular**distribution of quadrupole, 275, 552 radiated, bycharged particle, 470, 472 radiated, by charged particle in accelerators, 471

radiated, by charge in arbitrary periodic motion, 501 radiated, by multipoles, 550 f

. radiated, ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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