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The dimensions of the hole are assumed to be very small compared to a
wavelength of the electromagnetic fields which are assumed to exist on one side
of the sheet. The problem is to calculate the diffracted fields on the other side of
Foo,. (12.1) where v, = (v, ic), and F, is interpreted as the average field acting on
the particle. The left-hand side of (12.1) is now to be equated to the time rate of
change of the momentum and energy of the ...
We let |x| – o on both sides of (16.22). Then we can put |x — x"| cr' — n - x on the
left-hand side, where n is a unit vector in the direction of x'. On the right side r = r"
and r- = r. Furthermore we can use the asymptotic form (16.13) for h;"(kr').
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Introduction to Electrostatics
BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I
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