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Image

is

here has to be extended from the object position Zq to the image position z,.

Image

**Rotation**As is well known, the Gaussian image formed by a magnetic fieldis

**rotated**through an angle *-h-iu\*** (45) relative to the object. The integrationhere has to be extended from the object position Zq to the image position z,.

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(17) Since the multiplication of a complex number by e'* corresponds to

of the corresponding radius vector through this angle \p we will change over to a

new radius vector w(z) by means of the substitution v = e1' •' w (z) mit = — — U8)

...

(17) Since the multiplication of a complex number by e'* corresponds to

**rotation**of the corresponding radius vector through this angle \p we will change over to a

new radius vector w(z) by means of the substitution v = e1' •' w (z) mit = — — U8)

...

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Let us consider the application of the results obtained to fields of

principal curve lies in a plane passing through the axis of the field, then, evidently

, the eqs. (32) hold. However, characteristic for the

impossibility ...

Let us consider the application of the results obtained to fields of

**rotation**. If theprincipal curve lies in a plane passing through the axis of the field, then, evidently

, the eqs. (32) hold. However, characteristic for the

**rotation**field is theimpossibility ...

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