 30.1: True or false: (a) The displacement current has different units tha...
 30.2: Using SI units, show that has units of current
 30.3: True or false: (a) Maxwells equations apply only to electric and ma...
 30.4: Theorists have speculated about the existence of magnetic monopoles...
 30.5: (a) For each of the following pairs of electromagnetic waves, which...
 30.6: The detection of radio waves can be accomplished with either an ele...
 30.7: Atransmitter emits electromagnetic waves using an electric dipole a...
 30.8: Show that the expression for the Poynting vector (Equation 3021) h...
 30.9: If a red light beam, a green light beam, and a violet light beam, a...
 30.10: If a red light plane wave, a green light plane wave, and a violet l...
 30.11: Two sinusoidal plane electromagnetic waves are identical except tha...
 30.12: ENGINEERING APPLICATION In laser cooling and trapping, the forces a...
 30.13: ENGINEERING APPLICATION One of the first successful satellites laun...
 30.14: Some science fiction writers have described solar sails that could ...
 30.15: A parallelplate capacitor has circular plates and no dielectric be...
 30.16: In a region of space, the electric field varies with time as where ...
 30.17: For 15, show that the magnetic field strength between the plates a ...
 30.18: The capacitors referred to in this problem have only empty space be...
 30.19: There is a current of in a resistor that is connected in series wit...
 30.20: Demonstrate the validity of the generalized form of Ampres law (Equ...
 30.21: The color of the dominant light from the Sun is in the yellowgreen...
 30.22: (a) What is the frequency of microwave radiation that has a wavelen...
 30.23: (a) What is the frequency of an X ray that has a wavelength? (b) Th...
 30.24: Suppose a radiating electric dipole lies along the axis. Let be the...
 30.25: (a) For the situation described in 24, at what angle is the intensi...
 30.26: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH You and your engineering crew...
 30.27: ENGINEERING APPLICATION Aradio station that uses a vertical electri...
 30.28: ENGINEERING APPLICATION Regulations require that licensed radio sta...
 30.29: ENGINEERING APPLICATION A small private plane approaching an airpor...
 30.30: An electromagnetic wave has an intensity of Find its (a) rms electr...
 30.31: The amplitude of an electromagnetic waves electric field is Find th...
 30.32: The rms value of an electromagnetic waves electric field strength i...
 30.33: (a) An electromagnetic wave that has an intensity equal to is norma...
 30.34: Find the force exerted by the electromagnetic wave on the card in P...
 30.35: (a) For a given distance from a radiating electric dipole, at what ...
 30.36: A laser pulse has an energy of and a beam radius of The pulse durat...
 30.37: An electromagnetic plane wave has an electric field that is paralle...
 30.38: A parallelplate capacitor is being charged. The capacitor consists...
 30.39: A pulsed laser fires a pulse that has a duration at a small object ...
 30.40: The mirrors used in a particular type of laser are 99.99% reflectin...
 30.41: (a) Estimate the force on Earth due to the pressure of the radiatio...
 30.42: Show by direct substitution that Equation 308a is satisfied by the...
 30.43: Use the values of and in SI units to compute and show that it is eq...
 30.44: (a) Use Maxwells equations to show for a plane wave, in which and a...
 30.45: Show that any function of the form or satisfies the wave equation (...
 30.46: An electromagnetic wave has a frequency of and is traveling in a va...
 30.47: ENGINEERING APPLICATION A circular loop of wire can be used to dete...
 30.48: ENGINEERING APPLICATION The electric field strength from a radio st...
 30.49: Aparallelplate capacitor has circular plates of radius that are se...
 30.50: A beam of electromagnetic radiation is normal to a surface that ref...
 30.51: The electric fields of two harmonic electromagnetic waves of angula...
 30.52: Show that (Equation 3010) follows from (Equation 306d and where I...
 30.53: For your backpacking excursions, you have purchased a radio capable...
 30.54: The intensity of the sunlight striking Earths upper atmosphere is (...
 30.55: A conductor in the shape of a long solid cylinder that has a length...
 30.56: A long solenoid that has turns per unit length carries a current th...
 30.57: Small particles are blown out of the solar system by the radiation ...
 30.58: When an electromagnetic wave at normal incidence on a perfectly con...
 30.59: An intense point source of light radiates isotropically (uniformly ...
Solutions for Chapter 30: MAXWELLS EQUATIONS AND ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
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