The authors comprehensively treat two integrated aspects of electromagnetic radiation, theory and application. The book covers a wide scope of practical topics, including medical treatment, telecommunication systems, and radiation effects.
The application of electromagnetic radiation in modern life is one of the most developing technologies.
The book sections have clear presentation, some state of the art examples, which makes this book an indispensable reference book for electromagnetic radiation applications.
1 Generalized Orthogonality Relation for Spherical Harmonics
2 Retarded Electromagnetic Interaction and Symmetry Violation of Time Reversal in High Order Stimulated Radiation and Absorption Processes of Lights as well as Nonlinear Optics - Influence on Fundamental Theory of Laser and Non-Equilibrium Statistical Physics
3 Ampere\'s Law Proved Not to Be Compatible with Grassmann\'s Force Law
4 Vortices in Electric Dipole Radiation
5 Neoclassical Theory of X-Ray Scattering by Electrons
6 The Electromagnetic Field in Accelerated Frames
7 Shift-Scale Invariance of Electromagnetic Radiation
8 Photoemission from Metal Nanoparticles
9 Calculation and Measurement of Electromagnetic Fields
10 Characterization of the Information Leakage of Cryptographic Devices by Using EM Anal
11 Beneficial Effects of Electromagnetic Radiation in Cancer
12 Biophysical Properties of Liquid Water Exposed to EM Radio Frequency Radiation