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If its not too much to ask...can anyone provide a post showing the mathematics for deriving electromagnetic wave phenomenon from Maxwell's equations...sort of looking for them

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Gear300

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If its not too much to ask...can anyone provide a post showing the mathematics for deriving electromagnetic wave phenomenon from Maxwell's equations...sort of looking for them

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who says they are in phase?

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Gear300

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I see...so they are not necessarily in phase...could you clarify (or provide the math)?

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If its not too much to ask...can anyone provide a post showing the mathematics for deriving electromagnetic wave phenomenon from Maxwell's equations...sort of looking for them

http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/electric/maxsup.html#c2

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