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Properties of Optical Media o o ISOTROPIC 8 1REFRINGENT E S H - - -----k k H H Figure 10. Field, induction, propagation, and energy-transport vectors in isotropic and in birefringent media. which is equal to that between D and E, depends in an involved fashion on the direction of D with respect to the crystal axes, a relationship involving the various tensor coefficients, which are independent functions of the frequency. Suppose we know the frequency and the directions of propagation and wave polarization of a light beam in a crystal; we then can find the magnitude of its propagation vector k, and thereby its index of refraction, by comparing Eqs.
7. Electrostriction and Piezoelectricity F = P . [7E = (s - so)E . [7E, (152) is created proportional to the square of the electric field intensity. Just as in the vacuum case, the electrostatic stored energy density can be shown to be iD . E, and the body force is derived from its gradient. , from the sources of the field) on the slab. These electrically generated stresses give rise to mechanical deformation, or strain, creating the opposing stresses which reestablish equilibrium. " The deformation involves density changes, with corresponding changes in s.
The other subsystem is regarded as an assemblage of harmonic oscillators, each corresponding to an allowed mode of the radiation field. , it contains an integral number N of quanta of excitation (photons) each of energy liw above a "zero-point" energy liw/2. , an interaction between these two subsystems. The interaction of the electronic system with radiation is treated as a perturbation which affects the coefficients but not the forms of these solutions. Nonrelativistic electrons interact principally with the electric component, which does work at a rate e(v .