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Then both scalar and vector approximations reduce to the common expression,

dP – P, (ka)*|J1(ka sin 6) g ka sin 6 dC) T The vector and scalar Kirchhoff

approximations are

and for ...

Then both scalar and vector approximations reduce to the common expression,

dP – P, (ka)*|J1(ka sin 6) g ka sin 6 dC) T The vector and scalar Kirchhoff

approximations are

**compared**in Fig. 9.11 for the angle of incidence equal to 45°and for ...

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As long as the distance d it actually moves is small

expect that (13.2) will be correct. An estimate of d can be obtained by saying that

Ap/2m is an average velocity of the electron during the collision, and that the time

of ...

As long as the distance d it actually moves is small

**compared**to b, we mayexpect that (13.2) will be correct. An estimate of d can be obtained by saying that

Ap/2m is an average velocity of the electron during the collision, and that the time

of ...

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For dimensions large

the plasma acts as a continuous medium in which the charged particles

participate in collective behavior such as plasma oscillations. For dimensions

small ...

For dimensions large

**compared**to the Debye screening distance ko-' (10.106),the plasma acts as a continuous medium in which the charged particles

participate in collective behavior such as plasma oscillations. For dimensions

small ...

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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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