## Electrodynamics of continuous mediaVolume 8. |

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In an ordinary pyroelectric crystal, a change in the direction of the spontaneous

the final result of this reconstruction is energetically favourable, its realisation

may ...

In an ordinary pyroelectric crystal, a change in the direction of the spontaneous

**polarisation**involves a considerable reconstruction of the crystal lattice. Even ifthe final result of this reconstruction is energetically favourable, its realisation

may ...

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Hence, whatever the direction of

reflected light will be

plane of incidence. The reflected light is

incident ...

Hence, whatever the direction of

**polarisation**of light incident at this angle, thereflected light will be

**polarised**so that the electric field is perpendicular to theplane of incidence. The reflected light is

**polarised**in this way even when theincident ...

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A different

have Dx= + iDy. (82.20) where the signs correspond to those in (82.18). The

equality of the magnitudes of Dx and Dy, and their phase difference of + %tt,

signify ...

A different

**polarisation**of the wave corresponds to each of the two values of n: wehave Dx= + iDy. (82.20) where the signs correspond to those in (82.18). The

equality of the magnitudes of Dx and Dy, and their phase difference of + %tt,

signify ...

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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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