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47 ) * whose real part

of field we find , using ( 8 . 24 ) ; coske [ , 1V . yle + iX * vv - ve ] ( 8 . 48 ) LuL

where the upper ( lower ) line is for TM ( TE ) modes . Since y is generally real , *

we ...

47 ) * whose real part

**gives**the time - averaged flux of energy . For the two typesof field we find , using ( 8 . 24 ) ; coske [ , 1V . yle + iX * vv - ve ] ( 8 . 48 ) LuL

where the upper ( lower ) line is for TM ( TE ) modes . Since y is generally real , *

we ...

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This interaction energy

spin - orbit interaction which is twice too large . The error in ( 11 . 45 ) can be

traced to the incorrectness of ( 11 . 40 ) as an equation of motion for the electron

spin ...

This interaction energy

**gives**the anomalous Zeeman effect correctly , but has aspin - orbit interaction which is twice too large . The error in ( 11 . 45 ) can be

traced to the incorrectness of ( 11 . 40 ) as an equation of motion for the electron

spin ...

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36 )

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

alphas , it overestimates the energy loss considerably . The reason is that for 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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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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