A note on debye potentials for spherically gyrotropic media
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The Debye potentials are generalized to the case of electromagnetic fields in spherically gyrotropic media. A medium is called spherically gyrotropic if it is locally gyrotropic with the distinguished axis having a radial direction determined by a central point. Expressions for electromagnetic fields in terms of the generalized potentials are presented and the system of differential equations for the potentials is derived. The results are summarized in the form of a theorem. Basic facts about the Debye potentials in isotropic media are recalled.
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