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by : DR 12 = 41 pc'R ( 10.52 ) 2 Equation ( 10.52 ) depends on a rather simplified

model of the mechanicalmomentum transfer rate in which each particle collides ...

**Consequently**, using ( 10.47 ) , we find that the current is related to the velocityby : DR 12 = 41 pc'R ( 10.52 ) 2 Equation ( 10.52 ) depends on a rather simplified

model of the mechanicalmomentum transfer rate in which each particle collides ...

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The subject of energy loss and scattering is an important one and is discussed in

several books * where numerical tables and graphs are * See references at the

end of the chapter . presented .

...

The subject of energy loss and scattering is an important one and is discussed in

several books * where numerical tables and graphs are * See references at the

end of the chapter . presented .

**Consequently**our discussion will emphasize the...

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e2 Р ( 14.28 ) 3 mc3 dx showing that for linear motion the power radiated

depends only on the external forces which determine the rate of change of

particle ...

**Consequently**these radiative effects are largest for electrons . ...**Consequently**2e2 Р ( 14.28 ) 3 mc3 dx showing that for linear motion the power radiated

depends only on the external forces which determine the rate of change of

particle ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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Wave Guides and Resonant Cavities | 235 |

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