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Galilean transformation of velocity 

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Allows us to transform a velocity measured in one reference frame into the velocity that would be measured in a different reference frame. The fields are measured at the same point in space by experimenters at rest. 


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The combined electric and magnetic force on a charged particle.
F= q(E + v X B) 


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The transformation of the electric and magnetic fields in frame S to frame S' 

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The variable for vector v' 

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Field E' is the induced electric field of 

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Faraday's Law. Which is a statement that a changing magnetic field creates an electric field. 


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Gauss's Law for magnetic fields 

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We can't enclose a net pole within a surface, and is the mathematical statement that magnetic field lines form closed loops, they don't start or stop, which is why there are no magnetic monopoles. 


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Electric Flux is independent of 

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Capacitor plate size, and the flux is changing with time directly proportional to the charging current.
Φ_{e}=Q/ε_{0}
Φ_{e}'=I/ε_{0} 


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Maxwell hypothesized that the displacement current was 

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the "missing" piece of Ampere's Law, so he modified it and now it is called the AmpereMaxwell Law
∫B·ds=μ_{0}{(r^{2}dQ)/(R^{2}dt)}
dQ/dt = I = the rate the capacitor is charged
∫B·ds = BL = 2ΠrB
R=total radius of capacitor
r= radius of point inside capacitor



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The electric field of a parallelplate capacitor 

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E= Q/(ε_{0}A)= Q/(ε_{0}Πr^{2}) 


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The magnetic field created by a changing E is called 

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The induced magnetic field. Which the change in electric field is equivalent to the magnetic field strength. 


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Charged particles create an electric field. 


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An electric field can also be created by a changing magnetic field, and is concerned with the changing magnetic flux through a closed surface. 


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Gauss's Law for magnetism 

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There are no magnetic monopoles 


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AmpereMaxwell law, first half 

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Currents create a magnetic field 


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AmpereMaxwell law, second half 

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A magnetic force is exerted on a charge moving in a magnetic field 


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The intensity of an electromagnetic wave 

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I=P/A=(cε_{0}/2)E_{0}^{2}
P=power
A=area
c=speed of light
ε_{0}=8.85x10^{12}
E_{0}=intensity of the electric field amplitude 


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p_{rad}=F/A=(P/A)/c=I/c
F=force
A=area
P=power
c=3x10^{8}
I=intensity={(cε_{0})/2}E_{0}
E_{0}=intensity of electric field amplitude 


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The plane of electric field vector E and the Poynting vector S.



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Transmitted intensity of polarized light 

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I_{transmitted}=I_{0}cos^{2}Θ
(incident light polarization) 


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Intensity transmitted by a polarizing filter of unpolarized light. 

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I_{transmitted}=(1/2)I_{0}
(incident light unpolarized) 


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B_{t}=B_{0}sin(kxwt)
Wave's wavelength
Λ=(2Π)/k
Frequency
f=c/Λ
Electric field amplitude
E_{0}=cB_{0} 


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What is the direction of the induced current if B increases? 

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