## Classical electrodynamicsThis edition refines and improves the first edition. It treats the present experimental limits on the mass of photon and the status of linear superposition, and introduces many other innovations. |

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(a) Orthonormal Modes To facilitate the handling of the expansion of fields in the

normal modes, it is useful to standardize the notation for the fields of a

mode, treating TE and TM modes on an equal footing and introducing a

convenient ...

(a) Orthonormal Modes To facilitate the handling of the expansion of fields in the

normal modes, it is useful to standardize the notation for the fields of a

**given**mode, treating TE and TM modes on an equal footing and introducing a

convenient ...

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9.12 A diffraction screen S„ and its complementary diffraction screen Sk. If there

are sources inside S (in region I) which give rise to a field ^i(x), then in the

absence of either screen the field i/»(x) in region II is

integral ...

9.12 A diffraction screen S„ and its complementary diffraction screen Sk. If there

are sources inside S (in region I) which give rise to a field ^i(x), then in the

absence of either screen the field i/»(x) in region II is

**given**by the Kirchhoffintegral ...

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Detailed calculations show that the damping can be expressed in terms of an

imaginary part of the frequency

Maxwellian distribution of velocities was assumed. For kskD the damping

constant is ...

Detailed calculations show that the damping can be expressed in terms of an

imaginary part of the frequency

**given**by provided k«kD. To obtain (10.93) aMaxwellian distribution of velocities was assumed. For kskD the damping

constant is ...

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Introduction and Survey | 1 |

Introduction to Electrostatics | 27 |

BoundaryValue Problems | 54 |

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