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8.1 Fields at the Surface of and within a

of Section 7.7, the problem of reflection and refraction of waves at an interface of

two conducting media is somewhat complicated. The most important and useful ...

8.1 Fields at the Surface of and within a

**Conductor**As was mentioned at the endof Section 7.7, the problem of reflection and refraction of waves at an interface of

two conducting media is somewhat complicated. The most important and useful ...

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0; neglecting the other derivatives when operating on the fields within the

- + n x 0E. Auo 05 These can be combined to yield 22 2i ão" x Hot in x H,) - 0 (8.7)

and ...

0; neglecting the other derivatives when operating on the fields within the

**conductor**. With this approximation (8.5) become: E. c. – –– n x * 4tro 65 (8.6) H, c- + n x 0E. Auo 05 These can be combined to yield 22 2i ão" x Hot in x H,) - 0 (8.7)

and ...

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*0. – i)(n x Ho)e^*** (8.13) 7. The time-average rate of dissipation of energy per

unit volume in ohmic losses is $J. E* = (1/20) |J|*, so that the total rate of energy

dissipation in the

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*0. – i)(n x Ho)e^*** (8.13) 7. The time-average rate of dissipation of energy per

unit volume in ohmic losses is $J. E* = (1/20) |J|*, so that the total rate of energy

dissipation in the

**conductor**for the volume lying beneath an area element AA is 1.

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