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I ka sin 0 | The vector and scalar Kirchhoff approximations are compared in Fig . 9

. 11 for the angle of incidence equal to 45° and for an aperture one

diameter ( ka = 7 ) . The angular distribution is shown in the plane of incidence ...

I ka sin 0 | The vector and scalar Kirchhoff approximations are compared in Fig . 9

. 11 for the angle of incidence equal to 45° and for an aperture one

**wavelength**indiameter ( ka = 7 ) . The angular distribution is shown in the plane of incidence ...

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Calculate the quadrupole moments , the radiation fields , the angular distribution

of radiation , and the total radiated power in the long -

. Two halves of a spherical metallic shell of radius R and infinite conductivity are ...

Calculate the quadrupole moments , the radiation fields , the angular distribution

of radiation , and the total radiated power in the long -

**wavelength**approximation. Two halves of a spherical metallic shell of radius R and infinite conductivity are ...

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10 that a short -

lines of force to stretch relatively more than a long -

Consequently , for a given ratio of internal axial field to external azimuthal field ,

there will be a ...

10 that a short -

**wavelength**kink of a given lateral displacement will cause thelines of force to stretch relatively more than a long -

**wavelength**kink .Consequently , for a given ratio of internal axial field to external azimuthal field ,

there will be a ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 50 |

Multipoles Electrostatics of Macroscopic Media | 98 |

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