Commenting on or reporting errors in posts

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  1. Copy the title and/or the URL of the post you wish to comment on.
  2. Click on the <number> comments link at the end of this post (<number> is the current number of comments and will vary).
  3. If the <number> comments link isn’t visible, scroll to the bottom of the page until you find a ‘Leave a reply’ box.
  4. Scroll to the end of the comments and add your comment there.
  5. If you’re commenting on a particular equation in a post, please make sure you include the equation number in your comment.

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Probability current

Probability current

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Refraction and dispersion coefficients

Refraction and dispersion coefficients

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Frequency dependence of electric permittivity

Frequency dependence of electric permittivity

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Average of product of two waves

Average of product of two waves

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Rectangular wave guides – transverse electric waves

Rectangular wave guides – transverse electric waves

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Wave guides – derivation of the wave equation

Wave guides – derivation of the wave equation

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Phase velocity and group velocity in a wave packet

Phase velocity and group velocity in a wave packet

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Reflection at a conducting surface – the physics of mirrors

Reflection at a conducting surface – the physics of mirrors

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Electromagnetic waves in conductors – energy density and intensity

Electromagnetic waves in conductors – energy density and intensity

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Electromagnetic waves in conductors – phases and amplitudes

Electromagnetic waves in conductors – phases and amplitudes

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