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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 [43]. The equations of state of a photon gas have been considered by Me´ za´ ros [29] and Molnar et al. [30]. 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.

When D2 Er ¼ D2 Ez ¼ 0, Eqs. (77) and (79)–(81) can all be satisfied when div E 6¼ 0. This branch represents an electromagnetic space-charge (EMS) mode with nonzero electric field divergence in vacuo. These branches are now discussed for propagating modes depending on z and t as exp ½iðÀot þ kzފ. In fact, there are a number of choices with respect to the form (70) as represented by Æ cos a and Æ sin a, and that satisfy the condition C 2 ¼ c2 of Eq. (8), thereby corresponding to the two directions along z and j.

The dispersion relation and the phase and group velocities are the same as (51) for the EM wave. The field vectors E and C are parallel with the wave normal. Possibly this mode may form a basis for telecommunication without induced magnetic fields. 3. The Electromagnetic Space-Charge Mode When both k Á E 6¼ 0, and k  E 6¼ 0, there is a nontransverse EMS wave with a magnetic field due to Eq. (49). This is the mode of most interest to this context. Here k  C differs from zero, and Eqs. (48) and (49) combine to À 2 Á o À k2 c2 E þ ðk Á EÞF ¼ 0 ðB 6¼ 0Þ ð52Þ and F ¼ c2 k À oC ð53Þ which corresponds to Eq.

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