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expression for the total energy W of the

energy by the addition of the potential energy ed and by the replacement p → [ P

– ( ec ) A ) . These two modifications are actually only one 4 - vector change .

expression for the total energy W of the

**particle**. It differs from the freeparticleenergy by the addition of the potential energy ed and by the replacement p → [ P

– ( ec ) A ) . These two modifications are actually only one 4 - vector change .

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13.4 Density Effect in Collision Energy Loss For

relativistic the observed energy loss is given accurately ... We have assumed that

it is legitimate to calculate the effect of the incident

electron in ...

13.4 Density Effect in Collision Energy Loss For

**particles**which are not toorelativistic the observed energy loss is given accurately ... We have assumed that

it is legitimate to calculate the effect of the incident

**particle's**fields on oneelectron in ...

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15.5 Weizsäcker - Williams Method of Virtual Quanta The emission of

bremsstrahlung and other processes involving the electromagnetic interaction of

relativistic

physical insight ...

15.5 Weizsäcker - Williams Method of Virtual Quanta The emission of

bremsstrahlung and other processes involving the electromagnetic interaction of

relativistic

**particles**can be viewed in a way that is very helpful in providingphysical insight ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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