## Nonlinear waves in waveguides: with stratification |

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In the case of electromagnetic waves, either the

or the states of definite polarization can be similarly described [2.19]. There are

also various types of plasma waves [2.20]. The complete determination of a wave

...

In the case of electromagnetic waves, either the

**components**of the field intensityor the states of definite polarization can be similarly described [2.19]. There are

also various types of plasma waves [2.20]. The complete determination of a wave

...

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connection between the magnetization vector M and the magnetic field if, i.e., for

the form of the constitutive equation. If /* are the

then the spin contribution to a magnetic moment operator is Łk = W>f*sh , (3.2) ...

connection between the magnetization vector M and the magnetic field if, i.e., for

the form of the constitutive equation. If /* are the

**components**of the spin operatorthen the spin contribution to a magnetic moment operator is Łk = W>f*sh , (3.2) ...

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(3.5) The relations between the

terms will be determined by the linearized Maxwell equations. Just as in Sect. 2.5

, we neglect the contributions of third order. We shall write the linear Maxwell ...

(3.5) The relations between the

**components**of the field vectors inside nonlinearterms will be determined by the linearized Maxwell equations. Just as in Sect. 2.5

, we neglect the contributions of third order. We shall write the linear Maxwell ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

The Discrimination and Interaction | 12 |

Interaction of Modes in an Electromagnetic Field Waveguide | 50 |

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