 31.31.1: Determine the rate at which the electric field changesbetween the r...
 31.31.2: Calculate the displacement current /D between thesquare plates, 5.8...
 31.31.3: At a given instant, a 2.8A current flows in the wiresconnected to ...
 31.31.4: A 1500nF capacitor with circular parallel plates 2.0 cmin diameter...
 31.31.5: Show that the displacement current through a parallelplatecapacitor...
 31.31.6: Suppose an airgap capacitor has circular plates of radiusR = 2.5 c...
 31.31.7: Suppose that a circular parallelplate capacitor hasradius R0 = 3.0...
 31.31.8: If the electric field in an EM wave has a peak magnitudeof 0.57 X 1...
 31.31.9: If the magnetic field in a traveling EM wave has a peakmagnitude of...
 31.31.10: In an EM wave traveling west, the B field oscillatesvertically and ...
 31.31.11: The electric field of a plane EM wave is given by Ex =E0 cos(kz + (...
 31.31.12: Consider two possible candidates E(x,t) as solutions ofthe wave equ...
 31.31.13: What is the frequency of a microwave whose wavelengthis 1.50 cm?
 31.31.14: (a) What is the wavelength of a 25.75 X 109Hz radarsignal? (b) What...
 31.31.15: How long does it take light to reach us from the Sun,1.50 X 108 km ...
 31.31.16: An EM wave has frequency 8.56 X 1014 Hz. What is itswavelength, and...
 31.31.17: Electromagnetic waves and sound waves can have thesame frequency, (...
 31.31.18: Pulsed lasers used for science and medicine producevery brief burst...
 31.31.19: How long would it take a message sent as radio wavesfrom Earth to r...
 31.31.20: An electromagnetic wave has an electric field given byE = i(225 V/m...
 31.31.21: What is the minimum angular speed at whichMichelsons eightsided mi...
 31.31.22: The E field in an EM wave has a peak of 26.5 mV/m.What is the avera...
 31.31.23: The magnetic field in a traveling EM wave has an rmsstrength of 22....
 31.31.24: How much energy is transported across a 1.00 cm2 areaper hour by an...
 31.31.25: A spherically spreading EM wave comes from a 1500Wsource. At a dis...
 31.31.26: If the amplitude of the B field of an EM wave is2.5 X 10 7T, (a) w...
 31.31.27: What is the energy contained in a 1.00m3 volume nearthe Earths sur...
 31.31.28: A 15.8mW laser puts out a narrow beam 2.00 mm indiameter. What are...
 31.31.29: Estimate the average power output of the Sun, giventhat about 1350 ...
 31.31.30: A highenergy pulsed laser emits a 1.0nslong pulse ofaverage powe...
 31.31.31: How practical is solar power for various devices?Assume that on a s...
 31.31.32: (a) Show that the Poynting vector S points radiallyinward toward th...
 31.31.33: The Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico can detecta radio wave w...
 31.31.34: Estimate the radiation pressure due to a 75W bulb at adistance of ...
 31.31.35: Laser light can be focused (at best) to a spot with aradius r equal...
 31.31.36: The powerful laser used in a laser light show provides a3mm diamet...
 31.31.37: What size should the solar panel on a satellite orbiting Jupiterbe ...
 31.31.38: What is the range of wavelengths for (a) FM radio(88 MHz to 108 MHz...
 31.31.39: Estimate the wavelength for 1.9GHz cell phone reception.
 31.31.40: The variable capacitor in the tuner of an AM radio has acapacitance...
 31.31.41: A certain FM radio tuning circuit has a fixed capacitorC = 620 pF. ...
 31.31.42: A satellite beams microwave radiation with a power of12 kW toward t...
 31.31.43: A 1.60mlong FM antenna is oriented parallel to the electricfield ...
 31.31.44: Who will hear the voice of a singer first: a person in thebalcony 5...
 31.31.45: Light is emitted from an ordinary lightbulb filament inwavetrain b...
 31.31.46: Radiocontrolled clocks throughout the United Statesreceive a radio...
 31.31.47: A radio voice signal from the Apollo crew on the Moon(Fig. 3125) w...
 31.31.48: Cosmic microwave background radiation fills all space withan averag...
 31.31.49: What are E0 and B0 2.00 m from a 75W light source?Assume the bulb ...
 31.31.50: Estimate the rms electric field in the sunlight that hits Mars,know...
 31.31.51: At a given instant in time, a traveling EM wave is noted tohave its...
 31.31.52: How large an emf (rms) will be generated in an antenna thatconsists...
 31.31.53: The average intensity of a particular TV stations signal is1.0 X 10...
 31.31.54: A radio station is allowed to broadcast at an average powernot to e...
 31.31.55: A point source emits light energy uniformly in all directionsat an ...
 31.31.56: Suppose a 35kW radio station emits EM waves uniformlyin all direct...
 31.31.57: What is the maximum power level of a radio station so as toavoid el...
 31.31.58: In free space (vacuum), where the net charge and currentflow is zer...
 31.31.59: The metal walls of a microwave oven form a cavity of dimensions37 c...
 31.31.60: Imagine that a steady current I flows in a straight cylindricalwire...
 31.31.61: The electric field of an EM wave pulse travelingalong the x axis in...
 31.31.62: Suppose that a rightmoving EM wave overlaps with a leftmovingEM wa...
 31.31.63: The electric and magnetic fields of a certain EM wave in freespace ...
Solutions for Chapter 31: Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves
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