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Propagating solutions to Maxwell’s equations in classical electromagnetism and real photons in quantum electrodynamics. A superset of thermal-radiation.

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While going through the proof of the transverse nature of electromagnetic waves using gauss' law for electricity, I encountered a statement that I couldn't comprehend. They used an argument that sin …
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A uniform field will have no change in its magnitude or direction. Since there is no change in magnitude, the wave will essentially be a straight line on the graph. This the wavelength will be infin …
answered Jan 8 '16 by adeen-s