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Fortunately , the simpler properties of dielectrics are amenable to classical
analysis . Before examining how the detailed properties of the molecules are
related to the susceptibility we must make a distinction between the fields acting
on the ...
From ( 4.86 ) it is evident that the change in energy accompanying the changes
dp ( x ) and 80 ( x ) in charge density and potential is δW = 3 [ ρδΦ + Φδρ ] d8α (
4.99 ) Comparison with ( 4.87 ) shows that , if the dielectric properties ...
( 1 ) Kinematic properties : ( a ) Angle of reflection equals angle of incidence . sin
i n ' ( b ) Snell's law : where i , r are the angles of incidence sin r and refraction ,
while n , n ' are the corresponding indices of refraction . ( 2 ) Dynamic properties ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media
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