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The electromagnetic potentials and fields are assumed to have the same time dependence . It was shown in Chapter 6 that the solution for the vector potential A ( x , t ) in the Lorentz gauge is 1x J ( x ' , t ' ) d'x ' | dt ' x - Xl sli ...
Both formulas contain the same “ diffraction " distribution factor [ J / ( kaş ) / kat ] ? and the same dependence on wave number . But the scalar result has no azimuthal dependence ( apart from that contained in $ ) , whereas the ...
Furthermore , we assume that the time dependence can be analyzed into its Fourier components , and we consider only harmonically varying sources , p ( x ) e - iwt J ( x ) e - it M ( x ) e - int ( 16.76 ) where it is understood that we ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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