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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
observation point come infinitesimally close to the inner side of the double layer.
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 diffracting
system, but ...
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 ...
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Introduction to Electrostatics
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
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