The evaluation of the surface impedance in the theory of the anomalous skin effect in metals
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A simple method is described for obtaining series expansions for the integrals which represent the surface impedance in the theory of the anomalous skin effect in metals. The results agree with those recently obtained by Dingle1) by means of an intuitive procedure.
KeywordsSeries Expansion Surface Impedance Skin Effect Anomalous Skin Effect Intuitive Procedure
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