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No extra laws are needed. Everything you need can be derived from Maxwell's (or rather Heaviside's) Equations. Any reflection problem can be worked one of two ways: Use physical optics, which taking the particle side of the EM energy and seeing how much gets reflected off of the boundary based on preset boundary conditions. Mainly, the tangential E field ...


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Actually skywaves are not govern by diffent laws , all the E/M waves are explained pretty well by classical electrodynamics. So if you want to study waves you should begin with classical ED and maybe with classical optics.



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