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Classical electromagnetic radiation book

Classical electromagnetic radiation. Heald M.A., Marion J.B.

Classical electromagnetic radiation

ISBN: 0030972779,9780030972775 | 586 pages | 15 Mb

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Classical electromagnetic radiation Heald M.A., Marion J.B.
Publisher: Saunders

Electromagnetic Radiation, Classical Physics, 17. Assume sources, restricted to a finite domain, which emit radiation. Inducing a current through moving charges or electromagnetic radiation in Classical Physics is being discussed at Physics Forums. The photoelectric effect is a phenomenon when electrons are ejected from a substance exposed to electromagnetic radiation. According to classical electrodynamics, empty space containing electromagnetic radiation possesses energy. Obukhov - Foundations of Classical Electrodynamics (2001) . Since electromagnetic radiation is composed of changing electric and magnetic fields, does that mean that EMR (light) causes an electric and magnetic force on charged particles/objects? In fact, this radiant energy is responsible for the ability of a hollow cavity to absorb heat. High-Field Electrodynamics (Pure and Applied Physics): outgoing electrons. Strongly interacting with light inside a cavity, the atom modifies the wave-like properties of the light field, reducing its amplitude or phase fluctuations below the level allowed for classical electromagnetic radiation. In a subtle distinction, what we call the magnetic field can (classically) only be detected by its effect on a moving test charge, so one must use a second moving charge to characterize the "magnetic" force from a first moving charge.

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