7 edition of Electromagnetic response of material media found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-314) and index.
|Statement||Yu. A. Ilʹinskii and L.V. Keldysh ; translated by Vitaly Kisin.|
|Contributions||Keldysh, L. V., 1931-|
|LC Classifications||QC665.E4 I413 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 316 p. :|
|Number of Pages||316|
|LC Control Number||94029103|
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The essential core of the course, and hence of the book, is the current general theory of electromagnetic response of a nonrelativistic medium. The main aspects are presented in. The essential core of the course, and hence of the book, is the current general theory of electromagnetic response of a nonrelativistic medium.
The main aspects are presented in Chapters 1 and 2. The second part is devoted to more traditional topics which students learn in this course. The textbook we offer to the reader is based on a two-term course of lec tures, "Electromagnetic Response of Material Media," that the authors gave for a number of.
Electromagnetic response of material media. [I︠U︡ A Ilʹinskiĭ; L V Keldysh] -- The current volume is an advanced textbook focusing on the general theory of the electromagnetic response of a non-relativistic medium. The general theory of interaction between electromagnetic radiation and matter, as presented in Chapter 2, assumed that the wave functions of the stationary states of matter Author: Yu.
Il’inskii, L. Keldysh. Maxwell's equations in materials are identical in form with those in vacuum. However, there is much physics here. Studying the microscopic physics behind it gives the reader an understanding of how electromagnetic fields behave in materials.
describe the electromagnetic response both of idealized and real metals over a wide frequency range, and introduce the fundamental excitation of the conduc-tion electron sea in bulk metals: volume plasmons.
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