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Oscillations and Waves

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... damped and driven harmonic oscillation, coupled oscillations, standing waves, traveling waves, wave pulses, dispersive waves, wave optics, and wave mechanics. The lecture notes are availible in a number of formats: [HTML] A fully hyperlink ...


Oscillations and Waves

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... Transmission at Interfaces; Electromagnetic Waves; Doppler Effect; Wave Propagation in Inhomogeneous Media; Exercises. 7. Multi-Dimensional Waves . Plane Waves; Thre-e-Dimensional Wave Equation; Cylindrical Waves; Spherical Waves; Oscillati ...


Wave-Particle Duality

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... Light Classical Interference of Light Waves Quantum Interference of Light Classical Par-ticles Quantum Particles Wave Packets Evolution of Wave Packets Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle Schrödinger's Equation Collapse of the Wave ...


Waves

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... Waves Pulse Propagation Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Plasmas Electromagn-etic Wave Propagation in Conductors Surface Wave Propagation in Water Exercises Multi-Dimensional Waves Plane Waves Three-Dimensional Wave Equation Laws of ...


Waves in Cold Plasmas

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... Polarization Cutoff and Resonance Waves in an Unmagnetized Plasma Low-Frequency Wave Propagation Parallel Wave Propagation Perpendicular Wave Propagation Wave Pro-pagation Through Inhomogeneous Plasmas Cutoffs Resonances Resonant Layers ...


Wave Packets

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Wave Packets Next: Evolution of Wave Packets Up: Wave-Particle Duality Previous: Qu-antum Particles Wave Packets The above discussion suggests that the wavefunction of a massive particle of momentum and energy , moving in the positive ...


Classical Light Waves

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... in the -direction. It is convenient to characterize a light wave (which is, of course, a type of electromagnetic wave) by specifying its associated electric field. Suppose that the wave is polarized such that this electric field oscillates ...


Electromagnetic wave propagation in dielectrics

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Electromagnetic wave propagation in dielectrics Next: Introduction Up: lectures Previous: Magnetic energy Electromagnetic wave propagation in dielectrics Subsections Introduction The form of the dielectric constant Anomalous dispersion and ...


Electromagnetic waves

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... is absorbed into the constant vector by allowing it to become complex. Thus, . In general, the vector is also complex. A wave maximum of the electric field satisfies (438) where is an integer and is some phase angle. The solution to this ...


Oscillations and Waves

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... and Transmission at Interfaces Electromagnetic Waves Doppler Effect Wave Propagation in Inhomogeneous Media Exercises Multi-Dimensional Waves Plane Waves Three-Dime-nsional Wave Equation Cylindrical Waves Spherical Waves Oscillation of an ...


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