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3.10 Solve for the potential in Problem 3.2 , using the appropriate Green's

function

, ( kp ' ) dk ES ( b )

) J ...

3.10 Solve for the potential in Problem 3.2 , using the appropriate Green's

function

**obtained**in the text , and verify that the ... 3.12 ( a ) Verify that 1 kJm ( kp ), ( kp ' ) dk ES ( b )

**Obtain**the following expansion : 16-17 - ES dk eim ( $ - ' ) , ( kp) J ...

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12.4 Laboratory angle 03 of particle 3 versus center of momentum angle O ' for a

< 1 and a > 1 . klou T O ' . it is a straightforward , although tedious , matter to

12 ...

12.4 Laboratory angle 03 of particle 3 versus center of momentum angle O ' for a

< 1 and a > 1 . klou T O ' . it is a straightforward , although tedious , matter to

**obtain**the result : ( Ex + mə ) ( m.E , + mi ? + m2 ° + mye – mo • mi #pcos 6 . [ ( me12 ...

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Then we

Dirac delta function . Then di ( 0 ) épe'épa sina 0 18 ( 1 – ß cos 0 ) 2 ( 14.128 ) dΩ

с where 0 is measured relative to the velocity v . The presence of the delta

function ...

Then we

**obtain**dl ( 0 ) 2 In x v2 dt ( 14.127 ) d92 03 | 27 J - o The integral is aDirac delta function . Then di ( 0 ) épe'épa sina 0 18 ( 1 – ß cos 0 ) 2 ( 14.128 ) dΩ

с where 0 is measured relative to the velocity v . The presence of the delta

function ...

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