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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The unperturbed problem of the resonant frequencies of a cavity with perfectly
conducting walls is specified by (8.64) or its equivalent for TE modes. Similarly,
the perturbed problem involves solution of (8.67) or equivalent. A result
equivalent ...
The unperturbed problem of the resonant frequencies of a cavity with perfectly
conducting walls is specified by (8.64) or its equivalent for TE modes. Similarly,
the perturbed problem involves solution of (8.67) or equivalent. A result
equivalent ...
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fcos 0). The resonant frequencies (8.109) are called Schumann resonances.t
They are extremely low frequencies: with a = 6400 km, the first five resonant
frequencies are wi/2ir = 10.6, 18.3, 25.8, 33.4, 40.9 Hz. Schumann resonances
manifest ...
fcos 0). The resonant frequencies (8.109) are called Schumann resonances.t
They are extremely low frequencies: with a = 6400 km, the first five resonant
frequencies are wi/2ir = 10.6, 18.3, 25.8, 33.4, 40.9 Hz. Schumann resonances
manifest ...
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See also Conductivity; Ohm's law; Radiation resistance; and Surface resistance
Resonance fluorescence, 803 Resonance, in cavity, 358 Schumann, 363 width r
of, definition of, 357 Resonant absorption, 286, 804 and anomalous dispersion, ...
See also Conductivity; Ohm's law; Radiation resistance; and Surface resistance
Resonance fluorescence, 803 Resonance, in cavity, 358 Schumann, 363 width r
of, definition of, 357 Resonant absorption, 286, 804 and anomalous dispersion, ...
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