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The Propagation Of Disturbances In Dispersive Media

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The Propagation Of Disturbances In Dispersive Media
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Number of pages: 107

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From the table of contents: Simple groups and group velocity; The velocity of light; The Kelvin method for wave groups; Illustrations of group analysis; Action of a prism upon white light; The flow of energy; Propagation of wavefronts with discontinuities.

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