(ii-2) n q 0
By Eqs. (4-155), (4-157) and (4-171)
Qa[eO] ~ (sin 4) (cos 4)2j -(p/2+j) A 0, (4-236)
A^o
where s = -3 for a t, r and s = -2 for a .
Clearly, in any cases the quantity Qa[e0] does not survive, therefore we can con-
clude that alv--i
C, 0. Q. E. D. (4-237)
4.4.4 Da-terms
We take the e1 term from Eq. (4-159) and define
Qak711 q2 f 1 uPvY t t0
L 2 po
3 [a (p2)] Pvlt=to + (aaPIII) PIV t=to + ((aaPIV) PIIIl tto
4 5
15 2 [a. (P2)] pIIIpIV tto + (0aP)III )p t
16 p
35 [a (p2) 1 tto (4-238)
32 p0
In a generic form, we may express Eq. (4-238) as
4 2n+2 k n( 2n+2-k o k-p (n_ pTP
Qa [ I] 2n+l 2 (4-239)
n=l k=0 p=0 0
where A r ro, and Onkp(a) is the coefficient of each individual term that depends
on n, k and p as well as on the component index a, with a dimension Rk-3 for
a = t, r and Rk-2 for a = 0, .