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

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From equations (21) and (22) wc have ^,+^=1 which simply shows that the

energy is being conserved and absorption etc are being neglected. For the Case

II, we have from (17) and (18) again bringing in r „ £0'2

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From equations (21) and (22) wc have ^,+^=1 which simply shows that the

energy is being conserved and absorption etc are being neglected. For the Case

II, we have from (17) and (18) again bringing in r „ £0'2

**sin2**(i-r) V £„2 ~**sin2**(i +r).

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a course of lectures A. K. Raychaudhuri. „ £0'2

w "E0"\,osr

24) become for normal incidence 4n'2 ...

a course of lectures A. K. Raychaudhuri. „ £0'2

**sin2**(i-r) V £„2 ~**sin2**(i +r) (23) _w "E0"\,osr

**sin2**/**sin2**/- 2~ «'E02cosi ~**sin2**(i+r) (~ } Formulae (21), (22), (23) and (24) become for normal incidence 4n'2 ...

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Returning to equation (11), as the contribution to the integral c2 is significant only

for cos G = c/nu, we replace

cosG = £ = ± °°. We thus obtain the ... Where \ = cosG . Using the result f

Returning to equation (11), as the contribution to the integral c2 is significant only

for cos G = c/nu, we replace

**sin2**© by 1 - -rr and take the limits of the integral ascosG = £ = ± °°. We thus obtain the ... Where \ = cosG . Using the result f

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### Contents

The empirical basis of electrostatics | 1 |

Direct calculation of fields | 7 |

dipoles9 The Dirac 5function13 | 13 |

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