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15 votes

How strong are Wi-Fi signals?

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Is everything a resistor?

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What happens when the amplitudes of interfering waves is different in the phenomenon of beats?

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Cause of weightlessness

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Why standing wave is needed in microwave oven?

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Why does this paper use 1/cm for units of frequency?

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Does color filter change the frequency of light?

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Superposition of light waves of different colors

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Why do objects reflect laser light?

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Are absorption and attenuation the same thing?

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Why are the edges of a broken glass almost opaque?

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What is the difference between two types of velocity?

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How is the stimulated emission in lasers initiated?

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Why are people capturing Carbon dioxide from the air?

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Why do we use dielectric materials in a capacitor?

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How do microwaves communicate with satellites?

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Radio waves and walls

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Loss of energy due to creation of electromagnetic waves

2 votes

Three questions about capacitance

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Black Body radiation curve - Does it depend only on temperature.?

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Can an observer perceive a single source of light as multiple sources because of curved spacetime?

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Would throwing a heavy object in space work as a form of propulsion?

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Polarization of light confusion

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What is the difference between lasers and fluorescense?

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Where does $4\pi$ come from in electromagnetism?

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Why is blue light hardly produced in a filament light bulb even when the current through it is greatly increased?

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Details of sound waves

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What makes a lightbulb glow?

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Non-monochromatic (multi-wavelength?) lasers

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What exactly do we mean by 'Free spectral range'?