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The thick line is the exact result and the thin line is the approximation with a series of Bessel functions, Eq. (144), with 22 terms. complementary to the previous results. We consider again r¯ fixed and |z¯| as the variable, but now with |z¯| large, leading to an asymptotic series in |z¯|. XVI. Asymptotic Series To derive an asymptotic expansion for large |z¯|, we start from the integral representations for Mk ðqÞev , Eqs. (90)–(95). We notice that these integrals have the form of Laplace transforms with |z¯| as the Laplace parameter.

205)]. We see from Figure 7 that already for q ¼ 2p the approximation is excellent, except near the xy-plane. For q ¼ 15p, as shown in Figure 8, the approximation near the xy-plane is considerably improved as compared with that in Figure 7. For Figure 9 we took q ¼ 100p and the exact and approximate solutions are indistinguishable. This graph also shows that Ma ðqÞev is much larger near the z-axis and the xy-plane than in-between. This reflects the O(1/q) and Oð1=q3=2 Þ dependences, respectively.

2‘ þ 1Þ! = ðk þ ‘ þ 1Þ!. When we substitute this into Eq. (137) and compare with Eq. (136), we recognize the summation over k as the series representation of a Bessel function of order ‘ + 1. In this manner we find the following series representation:  ‘ 1 j¯zj X ‘! 2¯z2 tr J‘þ1 ðrÞ: ð138Þ À ReMa ðqÞ ¼ À ¯ r¯ r¯ ‘¼0 ð2‘ þ 1Þ! 1 and for r¯ 6¼ 0, it follows from the ratio test that this series With jJ‘þ1 ðrÞj ¯ converges. For r¯ ! 0, we have to take into account the behavior of Bessel functions near r¯ ¼ 0, given by the first term of the series in Eq.

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