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The Waves in Their Simplest Forms
Circular and Elliptical Polarization
Homogeneity and Polarization
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alternating current amplitude angstrom units atoms axis azimuth Balmer series cadmium chart circularly polarized wave cm per sec considered crystal departure from regularity differ in phase diffraction direction of propagation distance electric charge electric field electric oscillator electric vector electromagnetic spectrum electromagnetic waves electron elliptically polarized wave emission energy equal equatorial plane field-point figure frequency galvanometer give rise Hence Hertz Hertzian waves highly homogeneous horizontal ideally homogeneous infra-red instant intensity length light-waves limits line of propagation lines of force logarithmic magnetic field magnetic vector maximum Maxwell's mercury monochromatic mutually perpendicular azimuths negative charge obtained optical region plane-polarized waves positive charge prism radiation range represented right-handed rotates shortest wave-lengths simple harmonic sine curve sodium space spectral spectroscope spectrum lines supposed sylvite tion tube ultra-violet unpolarized light vacuum variation vector vector E_ velocity vertical vibration-plane violet visible spectrum wave contour wave-length wire X-ray region