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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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John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. where a harmonic variation e-“

has been assumed. If n is the unit normal outward from the

normal coordinate inward into the

John David Jackson, Patrick Thaddeus Jackson. where a harmonic variation e-“

has been assumed. If n is the unit normal outward from the

**conductor**and 5 is thenormal coordinate inward into the

**conductor**, then the gradient operator can be ...Page 240

*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

.

*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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