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2 (E x H*) (8.47) whose real part gives the time-averaged flux of energy. For the
two types of field we find, using (8.24): 2 ok lovo + i . ww. S = ±, (8.48) 8try" | 1 • ?".
=|es IV, pl" — i + p^V,"p Al k where the upper (lower) line is for TM (TE) modes.
... one of which gives a transverse magnetic induction and the other of which
gives a transverse electric field. These physically distinct contributions can be
separated. [Sect. 9.3] Simple Radiating Systems and Diffraction 273 Magnetic
This interaction energy gives the anomalous Zeeman effect correctly, but has a
spin-orbit interaction which is twice too large. The error in (11.45) can be traced
to the incorrectness of (11.40) as an equation of motion for the electron spin.
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