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We encounter numerous examples of boundary conditions in field theory. For
example, we have already seen that the tangential components of E(x) are
continuous across a boundary surface. Also, the normal component of D(x) is
continuous ...
It is a simple exercise to verify that in component form (12.54) is the familiar
continuity equation, V J = -dp/dt. Two of the Maxwell equations relate fields and
sources — Gauss's law and the Ampere-Maxwell law. Gauss's law is a scalar
equation, ...
The tangential component of E must be 0 on the boundary curve C. In particular,
the z component in (14.77) must be 0, so for TM modes f = 0 on C. (14.78) The
same condition implies that the other tangential component of E, and the normal
...
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