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A plane electromagnetic wave of frequency w is

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

transmitted ...

A plane electromagnetic wave of frequency w is

**incident**on the gap from one ofthe 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

transmitted ...

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

on a circular opening of radius a in an otherwise perfectly conducting flat screen .

The

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 screen .Page 429

In this chapter collisions between swiftly moving, charged particles are

considered, with special emphasis on the exchange of energy between collision

partners and on the accompanying deflections from the

charged ...

In this chapter collisions between swiftly moving, charged particles are

considered, with special emphasis on the exchange of energy between collision

partners and on the accompanying deflections from the

**incident**direction. A fastcharged ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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