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There is a discontinuity of potential in crossing a double layer of an amount equal

to 4t times the surface-dipole-moment density. This can be seen by letting the

There is a discontinuity of potential in crossing a double layer of an amount equal

to 4t times the surface-dipole-moment density. This can be seen by letting the

**observation**point come infinitesimally close to the inner side of the double layer.Page 292

Then the

away from the diffracting system. The near-zone fields are complicated in

structure and of little interest. Points many wavelengths away from the diffracting

system, but ...

Then the

**observation**point may be in the near zone, less than a wavelengthaway from the diffracting system. The near-zone fields are complicated in

structure and of little interest. Points many wavelengths away from the diffracting

system, but ...

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Then, in the dipole approximation, the appropriate intensity distribution is 4 0. 2 “”

-i. s n x ple” dt (15.80) 7T"C" IJ – od This gives 2 *; =#|esire (15.81) where 0 is the

angle between u and the

Then, in the dipole approximation, the appropriate intensity distribution is 4 0. 2 “”

-i. s n x ple” dt (15.80) 7T"C" IJ – od This gives 2 *; =#|esire (15.81) where 0 is the

angle between u and the

**observation**direction n. In a semiclassical sense the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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