By Myron W Evans
The hot version will give you the sole accomplished source to be had for non-linear optics, together with distinctive descriptions of the advances over the past decade from world-renowned experts.
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Combining this result with the scalar product of Eq. (52) with C, we obtain E Á C ¼ 0. Finally scalar multiplication of Eq. (48) by E results in E2 ¼ c2 B2 when combined with Eq. (49). 4. Relations between the Plane-Wave Modes For the EMS mode it is thus seen that k and E are localized to a plane perpendicular to B, and that E and C form a right angle. We can introduce the general relation k Á E ¼ kEðcos wÞ ð57Þ Conventional theory is then represented by the angle w ¼ p=2 and leads to a single EM mode.
As a result, Planck’s law is recovered in all practical cases . In this connection it has also to be observed that transverse photons cannot penetrate the walls of a cavity, whereas this is the case for longitudinal photons which would then not contribute to the thermal equilibrium . The equations of state of a photon gas have been considered by Me´ za´ ros  and Molnar et al. . It has thereby been found that Planck’s distribution and the Wien and Rayleigh–Jeans laws cannot be invariant to an adiabatic change of state occurring in an ensemble of photons.
Using Eqs. (89), (90) and (78), the electric and magnetic field components become Er ¼ ÀiG0 ½yðcos aÞ2 À1 q 1 qf ½ð1 À r2 DÞG ¼ À þ ioAr qr r0 qr ð92Þ Ej ¼ G0 ðtgaÞr2 DG ¼ ioAj Á À Ez ¼ G0 1 À r2 D G ¼ Àikf þ ioAz ð93Þ Br ¼ ÀG0 ½cðcos aÞÀ1 r2 DG ¼ ÀikAj ð95Þ ð94Þ and Bj ¼ ÀiG0 ðsin aÞ½ycðcos aÞ2 À1 ¼ ikAr À 1 qAz r0 qr q ½ð1 À r2 DÞG qr ð96Þ À1 Bz ¼ ÀiG0 ½ycðcos aÞ q 1 1 1 q þ ðrAj Þ ðr2 DGÞ ¼ qr r r0 r qr ð97Þ Consequently, the function G can be considered as a generating function from which the entire electromagnetic field of an elementary axisymmetric EMS mode can be determined, in analogy with the generating function (37) of a steady equilibrium state.
Advances in Chemical Physics, Modern Nonlinear Optics by Myron W Evans