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11.1 □ THE MAXWELL EQUATIONS IN VACUUM AND THE DISPLACEMENT
CURRENT The Maxwell equations express relations between the
electromagnetic fields E(x, t) and B(x, t), and between the fields and their sources.
We start our ...
11.5 □ ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES IN VACUUM In this section we consider
electric and magnetic fields without charges or currents. The Maxwell equations
in vacuum, without any matter at all, i.e., with p = 0 and J = 0, are VE = 0 (11.70) ...
One difference between electromagnetic waves in vacuum and those in a
dielectric is the wave speed. In vacuum there is a unique propagation velocity c,
and the dispersion relation is co = ck for all frequencies. The vacuum phase
velocity ...
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