Light from Distinct Electric and Magnetic Fields?
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Dec9-12, 05:39 AM
If we set up an experiment in a chamber with distinct perpendicular oscillating i) electric and ii) magnetic fields, cycling at a frequency representative of visible light, will the chamber suddenly light up? If not, why?
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