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This can be seen by letting the observation point come infinitesimally close to the double layer . The double layer is now imagined to consist of two parts , one being a small disc directly under the observation point .
Then the observation point may be in the near zone , less than a wavelength away from the diffracting system . The near - zone fields are complicated in structure and of little interest . Points many wavelengths away from the ...
Then , in the dipole approximation , the appropriate intensity distribution is di ( w ) d92 09 40 % C3 S. - nx Meiwt dll ( 15.80 ) This gives dl ( 0 ) dΩ w2 sin 47 % C342 ( 15.81 ) where is the angle between de and the observation ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
TimeVarying Fields Maxwells Equations Con
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