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What happens when light encounters material? 1. Absorption 2. Reflection 3. Transmission
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What happens when light encounters material? 1. Absorption - transfers energy & momentum 2. Reflection 3. Transmission
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EE k x t BB k x t f m m = − =− = cos( ) ) ω ωπ 2 c E B 6 6 Opaque Sheet of Area A
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EE k x t BB k x t f m m = − =− = cos( ) ) ω ωπ 2 c E B 6 6 Opaque Sheet of Area A C e - Electron
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EE k x t BB k x t f m m = − =− = cos( ) ) ω ωπ 2 c E B 6 6 C e - 6 E
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EE k x t BB k x t f m m = − =− = cos( ) ) ω ωπ 2 c E B 6 6 C e - E F = -eE 6 6 6 E
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EE k x t BB k x t f m m = − =− = cos( ) ) ω ωπ 2 c E B 6 6 C e - E 6 6 v
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EE k x t BB k x t f m m = − =− = cos( ) ) ω ωπ 2 c E B 6 6 C e - E 6 6 v 6 B
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EE k x t BB k x t f m m = − =− = cos( ) ) ω ωπ 2 r r r Fe v B B =− × c E B 6 6 C E 6 6 v 6 B
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EE k x t BB k x t f m m = − =− = cos( ) ) ω ωπ 2 c E B 6 6 C e - 6 E OR
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EE k x t BB k x t f m m = − =− = cos( ) ) ω ωπ 2 c E B 6 6 C e - E 6 F = -eE E 66
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EE k x t BB k x t f m m = − =− = cos( ) ) ω ωπ 2 c E B 6 6 C e - 6 v E 6
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EE k x t BB k x t f m m = − =− = cos( ) ) ω ωπ 2 c E B 6 6 C 6 v E 6 B 6
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EE k x t BB k x t f m m = − =− = cos( ) ) ω ωπ 2 r r r Fe v B B =− × c E B 6 6 C 6 v E 6 B 6
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F F evB eE vB E vE c E v c B E == = = < < (/ ) 1 FF BE << c E B 6 6 C e - F F E B 6 6
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F F evB eE vB E vE c E v c B E == = = < < (/ ) 1 FF BE << c E B 6 6 C e - F B Motion of electrons is up & down. v
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F F evB eE vB E vE c E v c B E == = = < < (/ ) 1 FF BE << c E B 6 6 C e - F B Opaque sheet feels net
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