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We now apply the electric and magnetic boundary conditions[
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(83)
(84)
We let the interface be at z=0, which gives,
(85)
and
(86)
. The wavevector is given by
(87)
. We can therefore write the magnetic boundary condition as
(88)
rod 2017-12-08