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3E0, and uHo) and
for two
4. For uniform plane wave propagation in (i) ice (o 106 S/m, 8
(ii) seawater (a= 4 S/m,
frequencies: (a)f 1 GHz and (b) f= 100 kHz
1
80co, and uo), compute a, ß, A, 8, and
p

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3E0, and uHo) and for two 4. For uniform plane wave propagation in (i) ice (o 106 S/m, 8 (ii) seawater (a= 4 S/m, frequencies: (a)f 1 GHz and (b) f= 100 kHz 1 80co, and uo), compute a, ß, A, 8, and p

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