(b) The wavelength is λ= 2π/k= 6.28 ×10–6m. (c) The period is T= 2π/ω= 2.09 ×10–14s. (d) The intensity is Ic=FHGIKJ=150020 033202µ...VmWm2(e) As noted in part (a), the only nonzero component of GBis Bx. The magnetic field oscillates along the xaxis. (f) The wavelength found in part (b) places this in the infrared portion of the spectrum. 79. (a) From kc= where k= 1.00 ×106m–1, we obtain = 3.00 ×1014rad/s. The
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