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For_anlage_091310 - re ik1 ( − cosθ r z + sin θ r x )...

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Unformatted text preview: re ik1 ( − cosθ r z + sin θ r x ) θr θi e BCs, e.g. ik1 (cosθi z + sin θi x ) x θt te ik2 (cosθt z + sin θt x ) z E||1 = E||2 : cos θi eik1 (cosθi z +sin θi x ) + r cos θ r eik1 ( − cosθr z +sin θr x ) = t cos θt eik (cosθ z +sinθ x ) z =0 2 z =0 t t z =0 ω This is only true for all x if: k1 sin θi = k1 sin θ r = k2 sin θt θi = θ r c = k1 n1 n1 sin θi = n2 sin θt n1ω k1 = c ...
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2011 for the course PHYSICS 375 taught by Professor Eno during the Spring '11 term at Maryland.

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