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A plane monochromatic electromagnetic wave with wavelength λ = 3.2 cm, propagates through a vacuum. Its magnetic field is described by

B⃗ =(Bxi^+Byj^)cos(kz+ωt)B→=(Bxi^+Byj^)cos(kz+ωt)

where *B _{x}* = 3.6 X 10

1)What is f, the frequency of this wave?

2)What is I, the intensity of this wave?

3)What is S_{z}, the z-component of the Poynting vector
at (x = 0, y = 0, z = 0) at t = 0?

4)What is E_{x}, the x-component of the electric field
at (x = 0, y = 0, z = 0) at t = 0?

Answer #1

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described by
ωωωωωωB→=(Bxi^+Byj^)cos(kz+ωt)
where Bx = 1.6 X 10-6 T,
By = 4.3 X 10-6 T, and i-hat and
j-hat are the unit vectors in the +x and +y directions,
respectively.
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I = 2512.6 W/m^2
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