## Electromagnetic fieldsThis revised edition provides patient guidance in its clear and organized presentation of problems. It is rich in variety, large in number and provides very careful treatment of relativity. One outstanding feature is the inclusion of simple, standard examples demonstrated in different methods that will allow students to enhance and understand their calculating abilities. There are over 145 worked examples; virtually all of the standard problems are included. |

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the time dependence of the fields described by (24-35) can be visualized by

imagining this picture moving in the direction of the positive z axis with speed v. [

For simplicity, we have

that is, ...

the time dependence of the fields described by (24-35) can be visualized by

imagining this picture moving in the direction of the positive z axis with speed v. [

For simplicity, we have

**assumed**that E (and B) always lies in the same plane,that is, ...

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24-7 POLARIZATION So far we have obtained many of our results from the

that they are constants, that they will be related by B0 = (k/u)k X E0 as found from

(24-92) ...

24-7 POLARIZATION So far we have obtained many of our results from the

**assumed**form (24-89) without being very specific about E0 and B0 other thanthat they are constants, that they will be related by B0 = (k/u)k X E0 as found from

(24-92) ...

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Comparing (B-73) and (B-72), we see that n + /tj = 10 K.+ We0 1/2 (B-74) For

simplicity, we

addition, it is nonconducting, o = 0 as well and (B-74) reduces to n + ii) = fc (B-75)

We are ...

Comparing (B-73) and (B-72), we see that n + /tj = 10 K.+ We0 1/2 (B-74) For

simplicity, we

**assume**the material to be nonmagnetic and set Km = 1. If, inaddition, it is nonconducting, o = 0 as well and (B-74) reduces to n + ii) = fc (B-75)

We are ...

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