|Jan16-11, 07:23 AM||#1|
Electric field value of light wave conversion to frequency of light wave
Can the frequency of a light wave be obtained from the electric field value of the light wave ?
|Jan16-11, 07:27 AM||#2|
If you have the electric field as a function of time then yes, but if you just have the electric field at a single instant in time then no.
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