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# Electromagnetism Question 4 (Advanced) An electromagnelic plane wave (ravels through space in the positive y direction. It is polarised in Ghc !-z plane, has frcque...

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###### Electromagnetism Question 4 (Advanced) An electromagnelic plane wave (ravels through space in the positive y direction. It is polarised in Ghc !-z plane, has frcquency of 30 MHz and and an intensity of 0.25 W/m?. Suppose wanG 10 uSC this wave to incuce a4 emf in square loop of wire_ TThe sides of the square loop of wire are 20 CI in length: (a) Describe how 4he loop should he oricnted to obtain the Maximum induced emf: (b) Give blc mathematical fOrI lor how this emf depeudls on time. Caleulate t

Electromagnetism Question 4 (Advanced) An electromagnelic plane wave (ravels through space in the positive y direction. It is polarised in Ghc !-z plane, has frcquency of 30 MHz and and an intensity of 0.25 W/m?. Suppose wanG 10 uSC this wave to incuce a4 emf in square loop of wire_ TThe sides of the square loop of wire are 20 CI in length: (a) Describe how 4he loop should he oricnted to obtain the Maximum induced emf: (b) Give blc mathematical fOrI lor how this emf depeudls on time. Caleulate the maxim CMf induced in the loop.  #### Similar Solved Questions

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