## Electrodynamics of continuous mediaVolume 8. |

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The class D4 has one

four of the second order lying in the xy-plane. Here the symmetry elements of the

class D2 are supplemented by a rotation through 90° about the z-

The class D4 has one

**axis**of symmetry of the fourth order (the z-**axis**, say) andfour of the second order lying in the xy-plane. Here the symmetry elements of the

class D2 are supplemented by a rotation through 90° about the z-

**axis**, i.e. the ...Page 324

Find the direction of the extraordinary ray when light is incident normally on a

surface of a uniaxial crystal at any angle to the optical

refracted ray lies in the xz-plane, which passes through the normal to the surface

(the ...

Find the direction of the extraordinary ray when light is incident normally on a

surface of a uniaxial crystal at any angle to the optical

**axis**. Solution. Therefracted ray lies in the xz-plane, which passes through the normal to the surface

(the ...

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These phenomena rapidly disappear as the wave vector deviates from the

direction of the optical

crystals it is more convenient to use, not the expression giving D in terms of E, but

the ...

These phenomena rapidly disappear as the wave vector deviates from the

direction of the optical

**axis**. For a quantitative calculation of natural activity incrystals it is more convenient to use, not the expression giving D in terms of E, but

the ...

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### Contents

ELECTROSTATICS OF CONDUCTORS 1 The electrostatic field of conductors | 1 |

2 The energy of the electrostatic field of conductors | 3 |

3 Methods of solving problems in electrostatics | 9 |

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