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

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a course of lectures A. K. Raychaudhuri. 2nNq2b bo=- , : or+6 to The reflection

coefficient is thus still given by (48) (»-H)2+a2 - * %4HJ»*rf (51) We may consider

two limiting cases — in the first case of fairly

a course of lectures A. K. Raychaudhuri. 2nNq2b bo=- , : or+6 to The reflection

coefficient is thus still given by (48) (»-H)2+a2 - * %4HJ»*rf (51) We may consider

two limiting cases — in the first case of fairly

**long wave**lengths, the polarization ...Page 272

=4n±[^cos2a-^. 4«po Thus only

js— "V (4rtp0) can be propagated and the imaginary term gives a decay of the

intensity as the wave proceeds. (In any case our considerations have been

limited ...

=4n±[^cos2a-^. 4«po Thus only

**long waves**for which the wave length exceeds -js— "V (4rtp0) can be propagated and the imaginary term gives a decay of the

intensity as the wave proceeds. (In any case our considerations have been

limited ...

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Thus low frequency

have already assumed in the study of magneto-hydrodynamic waves. Case 1(b).

If C2k »v2 (i.e. X « D) and also C2 »Cx then with equations (27a) and (28) AJA2»\

...

Thus low frequency

**long waves**may proceed without charge separation as wehave already assumed in the study of magneto-hydrodynamic waves. Case 1(b).

If C2k »v2 (i.e. X « D) and also C2 »Cx then with equations (27a) and (28) AJA2»\

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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