Electromagnetic Waves

# Fundamentals of Physics Study Set 2

Physics & Astronomy

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Showing 1 - 20 of 81  The theoretical upper limit for the frequency of electromagnetic waves is:
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D An electromagnetic wave is generated by:
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B An electromagnetic wave is traveling in the positive x direction with its electric field along the z axis and its magnetic field along the y axis.The fields are related by:
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E Select the correct statement:
Multiple Choice Consider radio waves (r), visible light (v), infrared (i), X rays (x), and ultraviolet (u).In order of increasing frequency, they are:
Multiple Choice The order of increasing wavelength for blue (b), green (g), red (r), and yellow (y)light is:
Multiple Choice Of the following human eyes are most sensitive to:
Multiple Choice Multiple Choice A transmitter consists of an LC circuit with an inductance of 15 µH and a capacitance of 23 pF.What is the wavelength of the electromagnetic waves it emits?
Multiple Choice Which of the following is NOT true for electromagnetic waves?
Multiple Choice Maxwell's equations predict that the speed of light in free space is:
Multiple Choice The speed of light in vacuum is about:
Multiple Choice Which of the following types of electromagnetic radiation travels at the greatest speed in vacuum?
Multiple Choice The sun is about 1.5 1011 m away.The time for light to travel this distance is about:
Multiple Choice The time for a radar signal to travel to the Moon and back, a one-way distance of about 3.8 108 m, is:
Multiple Choice Visible light has a frequency of about:
Multiple Choice Radio waves of wavelength 3 cm have a frequency of:
Multiple Choice Radio waves of wavelength 300 m have a frequency of:
Multiple Choice  The electric field for a plane electromagnetic wave traveling in the +y direction is shown.Consider a point where is in the +z direction.The field is:  