By Peter W. Hawkes
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Because Green’s tensor itself is highly singular at this point, we conclude that any singularity at q ¼ 0 must come from the evanescent waves. This also justiﬁes the opinion that near the origin the ﬁeld of a dipole (or Green’s tensor) is dominated by the evanescent waves. In the same way, we obtain for Green’s vector 1 hð0Þtr ¼ qˆ ; 2 ð58Þ which is also ﬁnite. Here we have used sgn(¯zÞez ¼ qˆ . VIII. The Auxiliary Functions To study the behavior of traveling and evanescent waves in detail, we go back to Eq.
N X k! ð2k þ 1Þ! , which cancels against the 1/n! in Eq. (218), but in this way the function Pn ðyÞ becomes well behaved. ðn þ 3Þ! 8 n¼0 ð220Þ and this series involves the same coeYcient function Pn(y). ðn þ 2Þ! ðn þ 2Þ! ðn þ 1Þ! ðn þ 2Þ! 4 n¼0 47 ð223Þ ð224Þ and these involve only one more coeYcient function, deﬁned by Qn ðyÞ ¼ n! n X k! ð2kÞ! k¼0 ð225Þ With Q0 ðyÞ ¼ 1, for q ¼ 0 we have ReMe ð0Þtr ¼ 1=2, and this gives Eq. (58) for the traveling part of Green’s vector at the origin. All other functions vanish at the origin, and Green’s tensor at the origin involves the imaginary parts of the auxiliary functions only, and these are pure traveling, giving Eq.
The question now arises whether it would be possible to ﬁnd expressions for the three auxiliary functions such that Eqs. (163) and (164) would give the asymptotic (q large, any y) approximation for Green’s tensor and vector everywhere. This is the topic of Section XVIII. XVIII. Uniform Asymptotic Approximation The behavior of evanescent waves near the xy-plane follows from Section XV, and the result takes the form as in Eq. (144). The leading term is the total, unsplit ReMk(q), and the series is a Taylor series in |z¯| for a ﬁxed r.
Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics by Peter W. Hawkes