That makes sense, I guess the thing that is throwing me off is the "time-average".
Intensity = time average of S
I = <S>
I= (1/2)*c*epsilon not*Emax^2
Can I say then that
magnitude of I = magnitude of S
or would I have to say
magnitude of I = (1/2)*c*epsilon not*Emax^2 = (1/2) * S
General question: Is the magnitude of the poynting vector equal to the intensity of an electromagnetic wave? I know that I= average S which makes me think that I cannot simply assume that that their magnitudes are equal!?
if i know the natural frequency of a system, how can I generate a resonance curve for the system in terms of frequency vs amplitude.
The Attempt at a Solution
I know it will have one peak, like a bell curve and the max will be the natural frequency, but i don't...
[b]1. The problem statement
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This is not really a homework question but a more general plea for an explenation from someone! :)
In x-ray diffraction, you get a graph with different peaks that are particular to the composition of your sample. But, why are some peaks are of higher intesities then others? What is it about...
I need to find the current equation for the junction in node a in the following circuit:
Current in = Current out so I(in)=I(out)
The Attempt at a Solution
The arrows in the...
For the circuit in the figure below, V = 3.56 V and R = 2.04 Ω. Find the potential difference between points a and b.
This is the link to the figure: http://i749.photobucket.com/albums/xx137/abcdmichelle/physics/26-62alt1.gif
Thank you Hellabyte! :)
If I find V, then I know how to find E.
Is this correct? I think it is, and from here I know how to do all the problem...assuming it is correct!?
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Thank you Doc Al!
So for r=17, if R is the outer radius of the sheath, then
Q=rho(length)piR^2, so E=(rho(length)piR^2)/(2pi(length)r(epsilon_o), thus
is that correct, where i would use r=17 and R=15??
I still don't know how I would figure out E for r=12, the...
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