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A plane electromagnetic wave of frequency o 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 o 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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É but also a complementary set of

interchanged. The statement of Babinet's principle is therefore as follows: a

diffracting system consists of a source producing fields Eo, Bo

plane, ...

É but also a complementary set of

**incident**fields with the roles of E and Binterchanged. The statement of Babinet's principle is therefore as follows: a

diffracting system consists of a source producing fields Eo, Bo

**incident**on a thin,plane, ...

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A fast charged particle

electrons and nuclei. ... The light electrons can take up appreciable amounts of

energy from the

the ...

A fast charged particle

**incident**on matter makes collisions with the atomicelectrons and nuclei. ... The light electrons can take up appreciable amounts of

energy from the

**incident**particle without causing significant deflections, whereasthe ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

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