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With the general form ( 7.25 ) , our subsequent discussion can apply equally well

to electromagnetic

harmonic

With the general form ( 7.25 ) , our subsequent discussion can apply equally well

to electromagnetic

**waves**, sound**waves**... e - ikx ( 7.27 ) If u ( x , 0 ) represents aharmonic

**wave**eitot for all x , the orthogonality relation ( 2.52 ) shows that A ( k ) ...Page 340

It is only for

10.106 ) ( u ) that appreciable departures of the frequency from o , occur . For

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It is only for

**wave**numbers comparable to the Debye**wave**number ko ko ? (10.106 ) ( u ) that appreciable departures of the frequency from o , occur . For

**wave**numbers k < kp , the phase and group velocities of the longitudinal plasma...

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volnamics , 331 ume integrals , 284 in plasma , 226 , 339 with vector spherical

harmonics , 556 , plane , 204 568 Traveling

addition ...

Transverse

**waves**, in magnetohydrody- | Vector theorem , with surface andvolnamics , 331 ume integrals , 284 in plasma , 226 , 339 with vector spherical

harmonics , 556 , plane , 204 568 Traveling

**wave**solutions , 203 , 212 Velocityaddition ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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