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36 ) gives a reasonable description of the

particles and heavier nuclei . But for electrons , mesons , protons , and even fast

alphas , it overestimates the

...

36 ) gives a reasonable description of the

**energy**loss of relatively slow alphaparticles and heavier nuclei . But for electrons , mesons , protons , and even fast

alphas , it overestimates the

**energy**loss considerably . The reason is that for the...

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78 ) We see that the density effect produces a simplification in that the asymptotic

13 . 38 ) , but only on the number of electrons per unit volume through wp .

78 ) We see that the density effect produces a simplification in that the asymptotic

**energy**loss no longer depends on the details of atomic structure through ( w ) (13 . 38 ) , but only on the number of electrons per unit volume through wp .

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( a ) Calculate the cross sections for

collisions ( write them as functions of Q | I as far as possible and in units of

2122e4 / mu212 ) . Plot the two distributions for QI > 1 for nonrelativistic motion of

the incident ...

( a ) Calculate the cross sections for

**energy**transfer Q for close and distantcollisions ( write them as functions of Q | I as far as possible and in units of

2122e4 / mu212 ) . Plot the two distributions for QI > 1 for nonrelativistic motion of

the incident ...

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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