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For p = 0 modes , ( 8.91 ) must be multiplied by 2 and a replaced by 252. This

expression for Q has an intuitive physical interpretation when written in the form :

( 2 ) X ( Geometrical

S ...

For p = 0 modes , ( 8.91 ) must be multiplied by 2 and a replaced by 252. This

expression for Q has an intuitive physical interpretation when written in the form :

( 2 ) X ( Geometrical

**factor**) ( 8.92 ) * Me where V is the volume of the cavity , andS ...

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As the scattering angle departs from the forward direction the shadow integral will

vanish rapidly , both the exponential and the vector

the same tendency . On the other hand , the integral from the illuminated ...

As the scattering angle departs from the forward direction the shadow integral will

vanish rapidly , both the exponential and the vector

**factor**in the integrand havingthe same tendency . On the other hand , the integral from the illuminated ...

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For nucleons the effective g

anomalous magnetic moments . Then , with the source size estimate a ~ R ...

**factors**typically of order 105. This means that the actual multipole moments in ...For nucleons the effective g

**factor**is typically of the order of g ~ 3 because of theiranomalous magnetic moments . Then , with the source size estimate a ~ R ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Wave Guides and Resonant Cavities | 235 |

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