(Solution) An electromagnetic wave in vacuum has an electric field amplitude of 195 V/m. Calculate the amplitude of the corresponding magnetic field in nT 2. > Snapessays.com


(Solution) An electromagnetic wave in vacuum has an electric field amplitude of 195 V/m. Calculate the amplitude of the corresponding magnetic field in nT 2.


1.An electromagnetic wave in vacuum has an electric field amplitude of 195 V/m. Calculate the amplitude of the corresponding magnetic field in nT2. The human eye is very sensitive to light having a wavelength of 5.45 ? 10-7 m, which is in the green-yellow region of the visible electromagnetic spectrum. What is the frequency of this light? Hz3. A ray of light is incident on a flat surface of a block of gallium phosphide that is surrounded by water. The angle of refraction is 9.6°. Find the angle of reflection. in  °4. A light ray initially in water enters a transparent substance at an angle of incidence of 39.0°, and the transmitted ray is refracted at an angle of 31.0°. Calculate the speed of light in the transparent substance. Mm/s

 


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