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of the shape of the guide we can obtain the order of magnitude of the attenuation

constant B, and exhibit completely its frequency

with (8.62) and (8.51), plus the frequency

of the shape of the guide we can obtain the order of magnitude of the attenuation

constant B, and exhibit completely its frequency

**dependence**. Thus, using (8.59)with (8.62) and (8.51), plus the frequency

**dependence**of the skin depth (7.85), ...Page 269

John David Jackson. As usual, the real part of such expressions is to be taken to

obtain physical quantities. The electromagnetic potentials and fields are

assumed to have the same time

solution ...

John David Jackson. As usual, the real part of such expressions is to be taken to

obtain physical quantities. The electromagnetic potentials and fields are

assumed to have the same time

**dependence**. It was shown in Chapter 6 that thesolution ...

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Both formulas contain the same “diffraction” distribution factor [J.(kaš)|kaš]” and

the same

.

Both formulas contain the same “diffraction” distribution factor [J.(kaš)|kaš]” and

the same

**dependence**on wave number. But the scalar result has no azimuthal**dependence**(apart from that contained in 5), whereas the vector expression does.

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

Greens theorem | 14 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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