In a recent solution of this problem there is a subtle error that shows up in the coefficient of reflection off the lower surface of the half plane for oblique incidence and that is attributable to an unacceptable normalization of the spectra to produce the incident field. The correction of this error requires a substantial modification to the original analysis, but this has been carried out and new data are presented.
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