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The surface S, with certain apertures in it, gives rise to reflected and transmitted

fields in

absence of the surface. of the system. If the incident wave is described by the

fields ...

The surface S, with certain apertures in it, gives rise to reflected and transmitted

fields in

**regions**I and II in addition to the fields which would be present in theabsence of the surface. of the system. If the incident wave is described by the

fields ...

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which originate from the diffracting

neighborhood of S2. This means that the fields, and therefore y(x), will satisfy the

radiation condition, C-, r y (9-64) With this condition on y it can readily be seen

that ...

which originate from the diffracting

**region**, they will be outgoing waves in theneighborhood of S2. This means that the fields, and therefore y(x), will satisfy the

radiation condition, C-, r y (9-64) With this condition on y it can readily be seen

that ...

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The unit vectors n and n' = — n are directed into

Our aim is to obtain an integral form for the fields in

specified on the right-hand surface Sv This is analogous to the geometrical ...

The unit vectors n and n' = — n are directed into

**regions**II and II', respectively.Our aim is to obtain an integral form for the fields in

**region**II in terms of the fieldsspecified on the right-hand surface Sv This is analogous to the geometrical ...

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