## Classical Electrodynamics |

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With (15.11), (15.12), and these revised impact parameters, the radiation

transform this result to the (unprimed) laboratory frame we need to know the ...

With (15.11), (15.12), and these revised impact parameters, the radiation

**cross****section**x'(o') in the system K' is (0)= o(; ) () in (o) x(0)=#=[...] [...] in to (15.29) Totransform this result to the (unprimed) laboratory frame we need to know the ...

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... to the Thomson

Nishina formula (14.106) at photon energies ho' > Mc”. Thus, in the frame K', for

frequencies small compared to Mc”/h, the radiation

...

... to the Thomson

**cross section**(14.105) at low frequencies and the Klein-Nishina formula (14.106) at photon energies ho' > Mc”. Thus, in the frame K', for

frequencies small compared to Mc”/h, the radiation

**cross section**x'(o') is given by...

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We see that near the resonant frequency oo the absorption

same Lorentz shape as the scattering

At high frequencies T, -> 0°r, so that the absorption

...

We see that near the resonant frequency oo the absorption

**cross section**has thesame Lorentz shape as the scattering

**cross section**, but is larger by a factor T/T.At high frequencies T, -> 0°r, so that the absorption

**cross section**approaches the...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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