Distribution of Electromagnetic Field Momentum in Dielectrics in Stipulation of Self-Induced Transparency

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The laws of formation of the impulse of electromagnetic radiation in dielectric environment for conditions self-induced transparency are considered. The insufficiency of the description of such impulse with the help of the equations Maxwell-Bloch is shown. The way of connection of an average number filling and energy of the impulse taking into account energy saturation of environment are offered. The calculation of an electrical component of the impulse is submitted.

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A. Volobuev and E. Petrov, "Distribution of Electromagnetic Field Momentum in Dielectrics in Stipulation of Self-Induced Transparency," Positioning, Vol. 1 No. 1, 2010, pp. 1-7. doi: 10.4236/pos.2010.11001.

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