Okay, I've been told that the E and B fields in photons are out of phase, I've been told that they are in-phase.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If you just look at Faraday's Principal of induction, it follows that they are out of phase, but I've been told that when they are propogating they are not.

Why the difference? How should a system of four equations have another answer that the induction law does not allow?

Cheers,

Mike

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# Faraday's Principal of induction

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