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(c)

coefficient is 32(Rep)?e-Atlo 1 – 2e-*locos (21/6) + e-419 Sketch log T as a

function of (t|6), assuming Re B = 10−". Define “very small thickness.” 7.6 Plane

waves ...

(c)

**Show**that, except for sheets of very small thickness, the transmissioncoefficient is 32(Rep)?e-Atlo 1 – 2e-*locos (21/6) + e-419 Sketch log T as a

function of (t|6), assuming Re B = 10−". Define “very small thickness.” 7.6 Plane

waves ...

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(a)

" sin” 0 cos” (ot') d.T T.47 (TTB coso sin of); where 3 = awolc. (b) By performing a

time averaging,

(a)

**Show**that the instantaneous power radiated per unit solid angle is: dP(t) e°cB" sin” 0 cos” (ot') d.T T.47 (TTB coso sin of); where 3 = awolc. (b) By performing a

time averaging,

**show**that the average power per unit solid angle is: dP e°co's 4 ...Page 503

where dp,(1)/do is the result of part (a) in Problem 14.8, and N X. eim.0, j=1 2 Fm

(N) = 0, being the angular position of the jth charge at t = to: (b)

charges are uniformly spaced around the circle, energy is radiated only into ...

where dp,(1)/do is the result of part (a) in Problem 14.8, and N X. eim.0, j=1 2 Fm

(N) = 0, being the angular position of the jth charge at t = to: (b)

**Show**that, if thecharges are uniformly spaced around the circle, energy is radiated only into ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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