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At a particular moment in time and space, we measure an electromagnetic wave's electric and magnetic fields. we find the electric field âe pointing north and the magnetic field âb pointing down. what is the direction of wave propagation?

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Answer 1
Answer:

Electromagnetic waves are a combination of oscillating electric and magnetic fields. The direction of electromegnetic wave propagation is perpendicular to the electric and magnetic fields.

What is an electromagnetic wave?

EM waves are another name for electromagnetic waves. Electromagnetic radiations are made up of electromagnetic waves created when an electric field collides with a magnetic field.

Electromagnetic waves may alternatively be defined as the combination of oscillating electric and magnetic fields. The right-hand thumb rule is used to define the direction of the wave.

According to the right-hand thumb rule,

Hold a current-carrying conductor in your right hand with your thumb pointing in the direction of the current.

Then wrap your fingers around the conductor and orient them in the direction of the magnetic field lines.

Hence the direction of electromegnetic wave propagation is perpendicular to the electric and magnetic fields.

To learn more about the electromagnetic wave refer to the link;

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Answer 2
Answer: Hi

perpendicular to magnetic field and electric field.

the magnetic field is always perpendicular to the magnetic field and direction of wave propagation is perpendicular to the both field.

these give us a right hand rule relating the direction .
1) keep your fingers in the direction of electric field.
2) curl your fingers toward magnetic field
3)the thumb of your hand show the direction of propagation .

hence

so direction of the wave propagation in 'west' direction .

thanks for asking

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