## Classical Electrodynamics |

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2 I* = *(#) (10.52) Equation (10.52) depends on a rather simplified model of the

mechanicalmomentum transfer rate in which each particle collides only once with

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**Consequently**, using (10.47), we find that the current is related to the velocity by:2 I* = *(#) (10.52) Equation (10.52) depends on a rather simplified model of the

mechanicalmomentum transfer rate in which each particle collides only once with

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to diffuse into the material, rather than go in a rectilinear path. The subject of

energy loss and scattering is an important one and is discussed in several books”

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**Consequently**the path is much less straight. After a short distance, electrons tendto diffuse into the material, rather than go in a rectilinear path. The subject of

energy loss and scattering is an important one and is discussed in several books”

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discussion to them . In a linear accelerator the motion is one dimensional . From (

14 . 25 ) it is evident that in that case the radiated power is Ps2 e2 ( 14 .

**Consequently**these radiative effects are largest for electrons . We will restrict ourdiscussion to them . In a linear accelerator the motion is one dimensional . From (

14 . 25 ) it is evident that in that case the radiated power is Ps2 e2 ( 14 .

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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