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This is a still smaller effect but has been observed experimentally by Beth.i Of

course, if there is no matter to react with the

observed, but the

analogy ...

This is a still smaller effect but has been observed experimentally by Beth.i Of

course, if there is no matter to react with the

**radiation**, no pressure will beobserved, but the

**radiation**may still be considered to carry momentum with it. Byanalogy ...

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In this case a is equal to x/2 (cos ^ — 1) and Eq. (16.34) becomes 2F cos j(l —

cos yj/) In this case, as can be seen from the figure, the majority of the

in the direction of a vector from the lagging to the leading antenna. If each of the ...

In this case a is equal to x/2 (cos ^ — 1) and Eq. (16.34) becomes 2F cos j(l —

cos yj/) In this case, as can be seen from the figure, the majority of the

**radiation**isin the direction of a vector from the lagging to the leading antenna. If each of the ...

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... 384 Power factor, in alternating-current circuits, 148, 427 of dielectrics, 81, 435

Power-transfer, theorem, 113 in alternating-current circuits, 452 Poynting's vector,

536 Practical units (see Absolute practical system of units) Pressure,

... 384 Power factor, in alternating-current circuits, 148, 427 of dielectrics, 81, 435

Power-transfer, theorem, 113 in alternating-current circuits, 452 Poynting's vector,

536 Practical units (see Absolute practical system of units) Pressure,

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