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7.9 Reflection and refraction with polarization perpendicular to k" the plane of
incidence. E and H are continuous. In terms of fields (7.49)–(7.51) these
boundary conditions at z = 0 are: [e(Eo + Eo") – e'Eo'] n = 0 [k × Eo + k" x Eo" — k"
x Eo'] n ...
the velocity w of the lines of force (defined to be perpendicular to B) is given by (
10.9): (E x B) B? This so-called “E x B drift” of both fluid and lines of force can be
understood in terms of individual particle orbits of the electrons and ions in ...
For simplicity we consider a small angle deflection so that AB is approximately
perpendicular to the incident direction. Figure 15.2 shows the vectorial
relationships. Without loss of generality n, the observation direction, is chosen in
the z-z ...
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