## Classical Electrodynamics |

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A

the law of conservation of linear momentum show that the pressure (called

radiation pressure) exerted on the screen is equal to the field energy per unit

volume in ...

A

**plane wave**is incident normally on a perfectly absorbing flat screen. (a) Fromthe law of conservation of linear momentum show that the pressure (called

radiation pressure) exerted on the screen is equal to the field energy per unit

volume in ...

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This chapter is concerned with

infinite, media. The basic properties of

their transverse nature, the various states of polarization—are treated first. Then

the ...

This chapter is concerned with

**plane waves**in unbounded, or perhaps semi-infinite, media. The basic properties of

**plane waves**in nonconducting media—their transverse nature, the various states of polarization—are treated first. Then

the ...

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Their first chapter covers

among other topics. A very complete discussion of

boundaries of dielectrics and conductors is given by Stratton, Chapter IX. Another

...

Their first chapter covers

**plane waves**, polarization, and reflection and refraction,among other topics. A very complete discussion of

**plane waves**incident onboundaries of dielectrics and conductors is given by Stratton, Chapter IX. Another

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### Contents

Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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