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    EM Wave amplitude

    Anybody?
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    EM Wave amplitude

    No i'm not interested in photons. What i'm wandering is if its really valid to use the linear wave equation?
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    EM Wave amplitude

    ehe i corrected that before you posted, beat you by 3 mins
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    EM Wave amplitude

    Ok I have to rephrase this because its wrong the way I put it. There's no transverse displacement, but rather extent of E and B fields. Let me say, E field gradient gets large or not?Prob not i presume if E0 is really small. Is that the case?Although the spatial extent of the field is comparable...
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    EM Wave amplitude

    Hi I hope this is the right place to post. I have some questions regarding EM wave amplitudes. There are some other posts in the past regarding this and some people replied by saying that amplitude of a light wave is equal/close to wavelength of the wave. This is deduced from the fact that...
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