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9.5 Kirchhoff's Integral for

wave incident on one or more obstacles or apertures in absorbing or conducting

surfaces. The wave is scattered and perhaps absorbed, leading to radiation ...

9.5 Kirchhoff's Integral for

**Diffraction**The general problem of**diffraction**involves awave incident on one or more obstacles or apertures in absorbing or conducting

surfaces. The wave is scattered and perhaps absorbed, leading to radiation ...

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9.7 Babinet's Principle of Complementary Screens Before discussing examples

of

Babinet's principle relates the

the ...

9.7 Babinet's Principle of Complementary Screens Before discussing examples

of

**diffraction**we wish to establish a useful relation called Babinet's principle.Babinet's principle relates the

**diffraction**fields of one diffracting screen to those ofthe ...

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9.8

extensively studied since Kirchhoff's original work, both in optics, where the

scalar theory based on (9.65) generally suffices, and in microwave generation

and ...

9.8

**Diffraction**by a Circular Aperture The subject of**diffraction**has beenextensively studied since Kirchhoff's original work, both in optics, where the

scalar theory based on (9.65) generally suffices, and in microwave generation

and ...

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