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We may confine our attention to the equations for E°, and B°, , for once these are

Equations (20a, b) are Schrodinger- like equations in two dimensions for £°,and

ZJ° ...

We may confine our attention to the equations for E°, and B°, , for once these are

**determined**, equation (15) would**determine**the transverse field components.Equations (20a, b) are Schrodinger- like equations in two dimensions for £°,and

ZJ° ...

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Similarly the corresponding equations in case (b) are obtained from equations (8)

, (9) and (15c,d) E° = -^(ZxB°) (24b) [TE] «°«= ~r— Va(B°,) (25b)[TE] (02 Thus in

the TM (/TE) case, the transverse components of E°(/B°) are

...

Similarly the corresponding equations in case (b) are obtained from equations (8)

, (9) and (15c,d) E° = -^(ZxB°) (24b) [TE] «°«= ~r— Va(B°,) (25b)[TE] (02 Thus in

the TM (/TE) case, the transverse components of E°(/B°) are

**determined**in terms...

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course possible but we shall not go into that exercise here. It may be noted that

the validity of Snell's laws of refraction follow from the independence of the ...

**Determining**the ray direction, once the direction of E is**determined**from (12) is ofcourse possible but we shall not go into that exercise here. It may be noted that

the validity of Snell's laws of refraction follow from the independence of the ...

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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