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By Alan Corney

This publication discusses many advances in optical physic, and is geared toward complex undergraduates taking classes in atomic physics, or graduate scholars within the fields of lasers, astrophysics, and actual chemistry. The e-book is meant quite often for experimentalists, and the interplay of electromagnetic radiation with unfastened atoms is brought utilizing classical or semi-classical calculations anyplace attainable. themes mentioned contain the spontaneous emission of radiation, encouraged transitions and the homes of fuel and turnable dye lasers, and the physics and purposes of resonance fluorescence, optical double resonance, optical pumping, and atomic beam magnetic resonance experiments.

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60) equal to r. 58): Since the surface integral of xJ vanishes for any surface outside the current distribution, we have where p_ is the electric dipole moment of the system of charges defined by We see that the vector potential, A(_r,t), has the space-time dependence characteristics of a spherical wave expanding from the origin. 18), taking into account the sinusoidal nature of the fields: 36 REVIEW OF CLASSICAL ELECTRODYNAMICS We see that the magnetic field is always perpendicular to the radius vector ?

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4) and recalling that div curl of any vector is identically zero. This leads to the equation div J' = 0 and if J_' = J, this would conflict with the equation of continuity at least in time-dependent situations. J1 is defined by the inconsistency in the equations for time-dependent situa- REVIEW OF CLASSICAL ELECTRODYNAMICS tions is removed. 7), is called the displacement current. Since D = P + E g E, the displacement current can be regarded as arising from the changing polarization of the medium and the vacuum under the effect of time-varying electric fields.

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