This Second Editionadesigned for a one year course in college physicsaincludes the following new features: Integration of Concepts explores the common ground between fundamental ideas in the current chapter and previous ones, Problem Solving Insight provides reinforcement and emphasizes issues that students need to recognize as important and a ``reasoning'' step which appears before numerical solutions in each example. Enhanced by hundreds of applications to biology, medicine, architecture and technology. Worked-out examples and homework problems have been substantially increased and full color reproductions added to facilitate students' learning ability.CHAPTER 24 Electromagnetic Waves PREVIEW In this chapter you are introduced to electromagnetic waves, of which radio waves, ... Evidence that electromagnetic waves are transverse waves is demonstrated by an analysis of the polarization of the waves. ... Unpolarized wave A wave in which the vibrations can occur randomly in any direction. ... Equations The speed of an electromagnetic wave c: 1anbsp;...
|Title||:||Physics, Study Guide|
|Author||:||John D. Cutnell, Kenneth W. Johnson|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1992-02-26|