## Classical theory of electricity and magnetism: a course of lectures |

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The only exceptions occur in case of normal incidence, when there is no

polarization and incidence at Brewster's angle when the reflected wave is

completely polarized — the refracted wave is, however, never completely

polarized.

The only exceptions occur in case of normal incidence, when there is no

polarization and incidence at Brewster's angle when the reflected wave is

completely polarized — the refracted wave is, however, never completely

polarized.

**Formula**...Page 210

To see the difference between the general

for u « c, consider the case of a linear harmonic oscillator. Here u and u are

always in the same direction and so the above

4nc'' ...

To see the difference between the general

**formula**valid for arbitrary u and thatfor u « c, consider the case of a linear harmonic oscillator. Here u and u are

always in the same direction and so the above

**formula**gives for the radiation rate4nc'' ...

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... n = Ve and if n and e be close to unity, equation (25) may be transformed to the

form. « = 1. +. S^. (26). Equation (26) is known as Sellmeier's

wave length in vacuo corresponding to the frequencies p). Sellmeier's

... n = Ve and if n and e be close to unity, equation (25) may be transformed to the

form. « = 1. +. S^. (26). Equation (26) is known as Sellmeier's

**formula**(X's are thewave length in vacuo corresponding to the frequencies p). Sellmeier's

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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