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In general, the deformed body is no longer isotropic; in consequence, its

dielectric properties also become anisotropic, and the

permeability e is replaced by the dielectric tensor €ik. The state of a slightly

deformed body is ...

In general, the deformed body is no longer isotropic; in consequence, its

dielectric properties also become anisotropic, and the

**scalar**dielectricpermeability e is replaced by the dielectric tensor €ik. The state of a slightly

deformed body is ...

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This means that scattering can always be regarded as a superposition of three

types of process, which may be called

scattering. We shall discuss each of these in turn. Retaining only the first terms on

...

This means that scattering can always be regarded as a superposition of three

types of process, which may be called

**scalar**, symmetrical and antisymmetricalscattering. We shall discuss each of these in turn. Retaining only the first terms on

...

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Potential contact, 100 electric complex, 13

magnetic, vector, 120 Powder method, 407n. Poynting vector, see Energy flux

Principal section, 322 Principal waves in waveguides, 296ff. damping of, 297ff.

Potential contact, 100 electric complex, 13

**scalar**, 2f., 350 vector, 13, 350magnetic, vector, 120 Powder method, 407n. Poynting vector, see Energy flux

Principal section, 322 Principal waves in waveguides, 296ff. damping of, 297ff.

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Methods of solving problems in electrostatics | 9 |

A conducting ellipsoid | 20 |

The forces on a conductor | 31 |

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