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9.10 Scattering by a Conducting Sphere in the Short-Wavelength

type of problem which is essentially diffraction is the scattering of waves by an

obstacle. We will consider the scattering of a plane electromagnetic wave by a ...

9.10 Scattering by a Conducting Sphere in the Short-Wavelength

**Limit**Anothertype of problem which is essentially diffraction is the scattering of waves by an

obstacle. We will consider the scattering of a plane electromagnetic wave by a ...

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We will content ourselves with the extreme relativistic

since the important ... we can approximate the Bessel functions by their small

argument

is ...

We will content ourselves with the extreme relativistic

**limit**(3 - 1). Furthermore,since the important ... we can approximate the Bessel functions by their small

argument

**limits**(3.103). Then in the relativistic**limit**the Fermi expression (13.70)is ...

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The first integral is therefore et/7 C r mW(t) = “s e-"F(t') dt' (17.50) T J t The minus

sign of the preceding line has been absorbed by making the lower

integral the indefinite one. The constant of integration C is to be determined on ...

The first integral is therefore et/7 C r mW(t) = “s e-"F(t') dt' (17.50) T J t The minus

sign of the preceding line has been absorbed by making the lower

**limit**of theintegral the indefinite one. The constant of integration C is to be determined on ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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