Contributions to Mathematical Statistics by R. A. Fisher

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Number of statistical papers of Ronald A. Fisher, the founding father of sleek data.

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The quadrupole moments of dipolar molecules. Molecular Physics, 14, 63-72. D. and Disch, R. L. (1963). The quadrupole moment of the carbon dioxide molecule. Proceedings of the Royal Society London A, 273, 275-289. [13] Buckingham, A. H. (1983). Electric fieldgradient-induced birefringence in N2, C2H5, CsHe, Cl2, N2O and CHsF. Molecular Physics, 49, 703-710. D. (1997). Temperature dependence of electric field-gradient-induced birefringence in carbon dioxide and carbon disulfide. Chemical Physics Letters, 274, 1-6.

A derivation of the macroscopic Maxwell equations. American Journal of Physics, 38, 1188-1195. See also Scaife, B. K. P. (1989). Principles of dielectrics, Ch. 10. Clarendon, Oxford. H. (1973). Macroscopic electromagnetism. Pergamon, Oxford. [23] See Ref. 6, Sect. 6. B. and McPhedran, R. C. (1991). Electromagnetic processes in dispersive media. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. D. and Lifshitz, E. M. (1960). Electrodynamics of continuous media, p. 249. Pergamon, Oxford. [26] Hornreich, R. M.

60). Consequently this first contribution to the interaction between a harmonic plane wave and a charge distribution is termed the electric dipole approximation. 68) also contains a term in the time derivative of the electric field. 12. 16) wsn = 0 when s = n. 69) as where p\ ' = (pi)nn is the permanent electric dipole moment in the state n^), and Because p is Hermitian, these frequency-dependent polarizabilities possess the intrinsic symmetries Here, and in what follows, we use the same symbol to denote both a frequencydependent polarizability and the corresponding static limit.

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