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(S-5) Waves and Photons

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... for space to support a wave motion alternating between the two? Sort of: magnetic field ---> electric current ---> magnetic field ---> electric current --->     There was one st-umbling block. Such a wave could not exist in ...


Electromagnetic Waves

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... and we already know that electric currents produce magnetic fields. Would it perhaps be possible for space to support a wave motion alternating between the two? Sort of: magnetic field ---> electric current ---> magnetic field ...


(Q-7)   Wave Mechanics

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(Q-7)   Wave Mechanics Site Map S-6 Xray Sun Glossary Timeline Questions & Answers Central Home Page (Q-7)   Wave Mechanics     Index S-2.Solar Layers S-3.The Magn-etic Sun S-3A. Interplanetary         Magnetic Fields S-4. Colors ...


"Get a Straight Answer"

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... Electromagnetic Waves hello sir!!   i just want to know what is the effect of gravity on electromagnetic waves Reply An EM wave such as light is distorted very slightly by gravity. It takes a very strong gravitational field to produce a ...


The Many Colors of Sunlight

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... "Mercury W/phos"). Neon lights operate in a similar way, with small amounts of other gases producing appropriate colors. The Wave Nature of Light     Prisms and


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... you have an instrument sensitive enough to separate neighboring divisions. The place in the spread is connected to the wave nature of light, associated with wavelength, and a lot more can be said about those waves. The analogy in sound ...


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... the situation is similar to a radio wave interacting with a visible light wave. Reply Your question can be answered at several levels. On the simplest level--two long wave trains of different well-defined frequencies--no, they do not ...


Waves in Space

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... frequency ν = c / λ , the number of up/down oscillations per second when the wave passes any point in space ( ν is nu, the Greek lower case N).     Sound is such a wave, an osc-illation which can spread through air, water, walls and ...


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... to give way, something it strenuously resists. The sound is a wave: the bullets make the armor oscillate and propagate the wave through it, without breaking its integrity.     Simil-arly with particles and electromagnetic radiation from ...


Maxwell and Hertz

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... rigorous mathematical relations confirming Faraday's guess that a transverse electro-magnetic wave could exist, and that light is probably such a wave. He assembled the equa-tions of electricity and magnetism--the basic ones which did ...


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