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

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

determined, equation (15) would determine the

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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In view of our remarks following equations (20a,b) the modes divide naturally into

two types — one in which the magnetic field alone is

modes) and the other in which the electric field alone is

modes) ...

In view of our remarks following equations (20a,b) the modes divide naturally into

two types — one in which the magnetic field alone is

**transverse**(called TMmodes) and the other in which the electric field alone is

**transverse**(called TEmodes) ...

Page 146

As however from equation (15) we find that the

phase difference of n/2 with the longitudinal components, the time average of the

energy flux in the

...

As however from equation (15) we find that the

**transverse**components have aphase difference of n/2 with the longitudinal components, the time average of the

energy flux in the

**transverse**directions will vanish. From equation (24a) we have...

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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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