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The formula for an anisotropic medium

oMflOfira. (76.5) LOiT QOt ... boundary condition

UH x n)e, (76.6) where Ła/j(t") is a two-dimensional tensor on the surface of the

body.

The formula for an anisotropic medium

**corresponding**to (61.9) is 0 = — — (oMflOfira. (76.5) LOiT QOt ... boundary condition

**corresponding**to (67.6) is Ea =UH x n)e, (76.6) where Ła/j(t") is a two-dimensional tensor on the surface of the

body.

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To derive the

e. In particular, there are two optical ray axes or biradials, also lying in the xs-

plane and at an angle y to the sr-axis, where Since e<*> < e<*>, y < p. The

directions ...

To derive the

**corresponding**formulae, it is sufficient to replace n by s and e by 1/e. In particular, there are two optical ray axes or biradials, also lying in the xs-

plane and at an angle y to the sr-axis, where Since e<*> < e<*>, y < p. The

directions ...

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Thus the principal maximum

surface of vertical angle 2$0- Instead of a diffraction "spot" we now have a "ring".

The required total effective cross-section is determined by a formula which differs

...

Thus the principal maximum

**corresponds**to directions of k' occupying a conicalsurface of vertical angle 2$0- Instead of a diffraction "spot" we now have a "ring".

The required total effective cross-section is determined by a formula which differs

...

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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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