Lecture_27_Part_2 - Effect of E/M Radiation on Matter 1...

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1. Radiative pressure – too small to be observed in most cases 2. E/M fields can affect charged particles: nucleus and electrons Both fields (E and M) are always present – they ‘feed’ each other But usually only electric field is considered ( B=E/c ) Effect of E/M Radiation on Matter
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