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

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irrespective of the state of

denominator vanish in (21) we have to adopt a limiting procedure or use (19) and

(20). In general, as the two components of E (parallel and perpendicular to the

plane of ...

irrespective of the state of

**polarization**. As both the numerator and thedenominator vanish in (21) we have to adopt a limiting procedure or use (19) and

(20). In general, as the two components of E (parallel and perpendicular to the

plane of ...

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... the

reflection coefficient tends towards unity, this is the situation already considered;

in the second case of short wave length (high frequency) the

small, ...

... the

**polarization**term is large and a is large so that according to (48) thereflection coefficient tends towards unity, this is the situation already considered;

in the second case of short wave length (high frequency) the

**polarization**term issmall, ...

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... 278,283 instability (see instability) oscillations, 274 waves in, 277-283

Poisson's equation, 17,20,21,30.36 39,85,275

scattering), 230 polarizability, molecular, 43 potentials, advanced and retarded,

172 gauge ...

... 278,283 instability (see instability) oscillations, 274 waves in, 277-283

Poisson's equation, 17,20,21,30.36 39,85,275

**polarization**factor (in Thomsonscattering), 230 polarizability, molecular, 43 potentials, advanced and retarded,

172 gauge ...

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The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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