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13.7 Mean Square Angle of

Coulomb field, and for fast particles 0max is small compared to unity. Thus there

is ...

13.7 Mean Square Angle of

**Scattering**and the Angular Distribution of Multiple**Scattering**Rutherford**scattering**is confined to very small angles even for a pointCoulomb field, and for fast particles 0max is small compared to unity. Thus there

is ...

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The multiple-

exp (— #) d6' (13.112) V7.0%) (0°) where both positive and negative values of 6'

are considered. The smallangle Rutherford formula (13.92) can be expressed in

...

The multiple-

**scattering**distribution for the projected angle of**scattering**1S ===exp (— #) d6' (13.112) V7.0%) (0°) where both positive and negative values of 6'

are considered. The smallangle Rutherford formula (13.92) can be expressed in

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13.8 Multiple and single

of plural

the small-angle multiple

13.8 Multiple and single

**scattering**distributions of projected angle. In the regionof plural

**scattering**(2 - 2–3) the dotted curve indicates the smooth transition fromthe small-angle multiple

**scattering**(approximately Gaussian in shape) to the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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