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A plane electromagnetic wave of frequency is

A plane electromagnetic wave of frequency is

**incident**on the gap from one of the slabs with angle of incidence i . For linear polarization both parallel to and perpendicular to the plane of incidence , ( a ) calculate the ratio of power ...Page 307

9.7 A linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude E , and wave number k is

9.7 A linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude E , and wave number k is

**incident**on a circular opening of radius a in an otherwise perfectly conducting flat screen . The**incident**wave vector makes an angle « with the normal to the ...Page 429

A fast charged particle

A fast charged particle

**incident**on matter makes collisions with the atomic electrons and nuclei . If the particle is heavier than an electron ( mu or pi meson , K meson , proton , etc. ) , the collisions with electrons and with nuclei ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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