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Evidently the terms in the volume integral (6.93) transform like

momentum, instead of the vectorial form (6.93), the tensor can be handled within

the framework of

tensor ...

Evidently the terms in the volume integral (6.93) transform like

**vectors**. ... ofmomentum, instead of the vectorial form (6.93), the tensor can be handled within

the framework of

**vector**operations by introducing a corresponding dyadic. If atensor ...

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Since the diffraction of electromagnetic radiation is a boundary-value problem in

developing

Equivalents of ...

Since the diffraction of electromagnetic radiation is a boundary-value problem in

**vector**fields, we expect that a considerable improvement can be made bydeveloping

**vector**equivalents to the Kirchhoff integral (9.65). 9.6**Vector**Equivalents of ...

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Make a sketch of I as a function of X for fixed Z. (c) Use the

to obtain a result equivalent to that of part (a). Compare the two expressions. A

linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude Eo and wave number k is incident on

a ...

Make a sketch of I as a function of X for fixed Z. (c) Use the

**vector**formula (9.82)to obtain a result equivalent to that of part (a). Compare the two expressions. A

linearly polarized plane wave of amplitude Eo and wave number k is incident on

a ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics II | 54 |

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