## 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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Origin of bound surface charges for a uniformly

Origin of bound volume charges in a dielectric with nonuniform

pb = 0 in agreement with (10-10). However, there will be no such cancellation on

...

Origin of bound surface charges for a uniformly

**polarized**dielectric. Figure 10-4.Origin of bound volume charges in a dielectric with nonuniform

**polarization**. thatpb = 0 in agreement with (10-10). However, there will be no such cancellation on

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is uniformly

spherical cavity of radius a is inside a very large dielectric that is uniformly

axis ...

is uniformly

**polarized**in the z direction. Find E at the center of the cube. 10-10 Aspherical cavity of radius a is inside a very large dielectric that is uniformly

**polarized**. Find E at the center of the cavity. 10-11 A cylinder of length 21 has itsaxis ...

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Show that each can be written in the general form A^~"*1 and find the ratio (tan<p

,±/tan<pr||). If the incident wave is linearly

the transmitted electric field have in general? 25-6 Evaluate (S,) for the case of ...

Show that each can be written in the general form A^~"*1 and find the ratio (tan<p

,±/tan<pr||). If the incident wave is linearly

**polarized**, what kind of**polarization**willthe transmitted electric field have in general? 25-6 Evaluate (S,) for the case of ...

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