## Classical Electrodynamics |

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(N(x)(pmos(x))) (4.34) This is of the form of the first equation of (4.20) with the

charge density p' replaced by two terms, the first being the average charge per

unit volume of the molecules and the second being the

unit ...

(N(x)(pmos(x))) (4.34) This is of the form of the first equation of (4.20) with the

charge density p' replaced by two terms, the first being the average charge per

unit volume of the molecules and the second being the

**polarization**charge perunit ...

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7.2 Linear and Circular

electric field vector always in the direction e1. Such a wave is said to be linearly

we ...

7.2 Linear and Circular

**Polarization**The plane wave (7.9) is a wave with itselectric field vector always in the direction e1. Such a wave is said to be linearly

**polarized**with**polarization**vector el. To describe a general state of**polarization**we ...

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+ 1 At e For the reflected wave the sign convention is that for

to the plane of incidence. This means that if n' > n there is a phase reversal for the

reflected wave. 7.6

+ 1 At e For the reflected wave the sign convention is that for

**polarization**parallelto the plane of incidence. This means that if n' > n there is a phase reversal for the

reflected wave. 7.6

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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