Theory of Magnetostatic Waves
The name “magnetostatic wave” is at first surprising since it strikes one as a contradiction; how can a “wave” be “static”? As the story unfolds in subsequent chapters, we will find that a more precise term would be “magnetoquasistatic wave.” Either term is motivated by the fact that Maxwell’s equations in their magnetoquasistatic form are used to describe the dynamics of the waves. The waves themselves are not static at all; in fact, they involve time variations on the scale of fractions of a nanosecond!
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