
#1
Apr912, 03:02 PM

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hello dears
I want to know alot about fresnel’s equations I donot know any thing about it ?? can you help me , please 



#2
Apr912, 03:16 PM

P: 834

Are you referring to fresnel zones or near field diffraction?




#3
Apr912, 03:18 PM

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#4
Apr912, 05:13 PM

P: 217

fresnel’s equations
Check any good book on electromagnetics.
Hecht's book "Optics" has very good drawings that help understand the different polarizations. 



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Apr912, 05:51 PM

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#6
Jun212, 08:08 AM

P: 121

You may refer to section 9.3.3 in Introduction to Electrodynamics by Griffiths it treats reflection from dielectric boundaries in a nice way and the same book has a section on the boundary conditions for electromagnetic wave at the end of chapter 7. For a quick discussion you may refer to the following link:
http://www.teknik.uu.se/ftf/educatio...esnelsEqns.pdf However be warned that it makes use of some approximations. 


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