By John R. Pierce
Starting with a glance on the power and tool of sinusoidal waves, author John R. Pierce explores wave media and modes, section pace and staff pace, vector and complicated illustration, power and momentum, coupled modes and coupling among modes, polarization, diffraction, and radiation. References and an index seem on the finish of the book.
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