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8.1 Fields at the Surface of and within a Conductor As was mentioned at the end
of Section 7.7, the problem of reflection and refraction of waves at an interface of
two conducting media is somewhat complicated. The most important and useful ...
If n is the unit normal outward from the conductor and f is the normal coordinate
inward into the conductor, then the gradient operator can be written neglecting
the other derivatives when operating on the fields within the conductor. With this ...
of the conductor. According to Ohm's law, there exists a current density J near the
surface of the conductor: J = <rEc = (1 - /)(n x HJe-t*-«" (8.13) The time-average
rate of dissipation of energy per unit volume in ohmic losses is JJ • E* = (l/2<r) ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
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