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If the polarization vector of the incident wave E , makes an

normal to the plane containing the wave vectors k and ko , the azimuthal

of Eill , measured from the plane containing k and ko , is given by g ( 1/2 ) – 8. We

note ...

If the polarization vector of the incident wave E , makes an

**angle**d with thenormal to the plane containing the wave vectors k and ko , the azimuthal

**angle**yof Eill , measured from the plane containing k and ko , is given by g ( 1/2 ) – 8. We

note ...

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13.7 Mean Square

Scattering Rutherford scattering is confined to very small

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

...

13.7 Mean Square

**Angle**of Scattering and the Angular Distribution of MultipleScattering Rutherford scattering is confined to very small

**angles**even for a pointCoulomb field , and for fast particles Omax is small compared to unity . Thus there

...

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Z It is often desirable to use the projected

is easy to show that ( O ' ? ) ... zero ( when viewed relative to the forward direction

, or as a projected

Z It is often desirable to use the projected

**angle**of scattering ... For small**angles**itis easy to show that ( O ' ? ) ... zero ( when viewed relative to the forward direction

, or as a projected

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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