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August 9, 2020 8:17 pm 30 pts
T'2) 2 A Dlane wave solution of the electromagnetic wave equation is 23. E = yE COs (ot kx + a) +z E cos (ot - kx + B) oz Under what conditions is this light wave circularly polarized ? (A) B-a = #2- (B) B- a = and E E (D) B- a = t and E 2E o (C) a B and E, = E ntion imnlins the ahsence of magnet
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When both the two components of electric field have same amplitude and their phase difference is π/2 then the electric field will be circularly polarized. So here E will be circula...
Amrutha t
ya, sir i get the same result. but in my book option given to be c. so iam confused.
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When both the two components of electric field have same amplitude and their phase difference is π/2 then the electric field will be circularly polarized. So here E will be circula...
Vaishnavi rajora
see attached
• Somnath
When both the two components of electric field have same amplitude and their phase difference is π/2 then the electric field will be circularly polarized. So here E will be circula...
• Somnath
When both the two components of electric field have same amplitude and their phase difference is π/2 then the electric field will be circularly polarized. So here E will be circula...
• Somnath
When both the two components of electric field have same amplitude and their phase difference is π/2 then the electric field will be circularly polarized. So here E will be circula...
• Somnath
When both the two components of electric field have same amplitude and their phase difference is π/2 then the electric field will be circularly polarized. So here E will be circula...
• Somnath
When both the two components of electric field have same amplitude and their phase difference is π/2 then the electric field will be circularly polarized. So here E will be circula...
• Somnath
When both the two components of electric field have same amplitude and their phase difference is π/2 then the electric field will be circularly polarized. So here E will be circula...
• Somnath
When both the two components of electric field have same amplitude and their phase difference is π/2 then the electric field will be circularly polarized. So here E will be circula... 