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( N ( x ) ( Pmo1 ( x ) ) ) ( 4.34 ) This is of the form of the first equation of ( 4.20 )

with the charge density p ' replaced by two terms , the first being the average

charge per unit volume of the molecules and the second being the

charge ...

( N ( x ) ( Pmo1 ( x ) ) ) ( 4.34 ) This is of the form of the first equation of ( 4.20 )

with the charge density p ' replaced by two terms , the first being the average

charge per unit volume of the molecules and the second being the

**polarization**charge ...

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U = 7.2 Linear and Circular

electric field vector always in the direction ez . Such a wave is said to be linearly

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U = 7.2 Linear and Circular

**Polarization**The plane wave ( 7.9 ) is a wave with itselectric field vector always in the direction ez . Such a wave is said to be linearly

**polarized**with**polarization**vector € 1 . To describe a general state of**polarization**...

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7.6

dynamical relations on reflection and refraction are worthy of mention . The first is

that for

7.6

**Polarization**by Reflection and Total Internal Reflection Two aspects of thedynamical relations on reflection and refraction are worthy of mention . The first is

that for

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

Wave Guides and Resonant Cavities | 235 |

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