Electromagnetic Waves


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Electromagnetic Waves
101060110113041010607Electromagnetic WavesOne cannot imagine a more fascinating aspect of nature than electromagnetic (EM) waves. They are everywhere. The wonderful colors of a rainbow or of a peacock's feathers, the TV signals that circle the world, the x rays the dentist uses, and the deadly gamma rays from radioactive sources are all part of this magnificent panoply that shrouds our universe. These are all electromagnetic waves, and although they are not fully understood even today, we do know a lot about them.
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Michael Browne: Schaum's Outline of Physics for Engineering and Science, Third Edition. Electromagnetic Waves, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export