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    1. NCERT Physics Class 12 Notes- Electromagnetic Waves 12th physics : Takshila Learning offers online CBSE exams coaching to the students so that they can easily score good marks in any CBSE or State Board exams. We always consider the latest pattern of question paper and syllabus, before designing the study material by our best faculties. Here, we will discuss the topic ‘Electromagnetic Waves’ of NCERT Physics Class 12. We offer a complete package that includes Class 12th Physics, Biology, and Chemistry video lectures, question bank, virtual experiments, NCERT solutions, and sample papers with performance analysis. Electromagnetic waves: The waves propagating in space through electric and magnetic fields varying in space and time simultaneously are called electromagnetic waves. An electromagnetic wave consists of a fluctuating electric field and a fluctuating magnetic field of the same frequency and the same phase. The electric and magnetic fields are mutually perpendicular and also perpendicular to the direction of propagation of the wave. In the propagation of an electromagnetic wave, a varying electric field E gives rise to a varying magnetic field and so on. In this way, electric and magnetic fields of the wave sustain each other. How are Electromagnetic waves produced?

    2. Electromagnetic waves are produced by an accelerated accelerated charge or LC circui Transverse Nature of Electromagnetic waves: waves are transverse in nature with the electric and magnetic fields perpendicular to the direction of propagation. Electromagnetic waves are produced by an accelerated or de- accelerated charge or LC circuit. Transverse Nature of Electromagnetic waves:The Electromagnetic waves are transverse in nature with the electric and magnetic fields perpendicular to the direction of propagation. The Electromagnetic waves are transverse in nature with the electric and magnetic fields If the electric field is along the y axis then the direction of propagation of the wave is along the x axis. axis then the direction of propagation of the wave is along the x axis. axis then the direction of propagation of the wave is along the x axis. If the electric field is along the y-axis and magnetic field is along the z axis and magnetic field is along the z- For the videos and notes on more top Class 12. Characteristics of electromagnetic waves: Characteristics of electromagnetic waves: For the videos and notes on more topics, click on Physics notes for Physics notes for The electromagnetic waves travel in free space with speed of light irrespective of their wave length. Electromagnetic waves are transverse in nature. Electromagnetic waves do not need a material medium for their Electromagnetic waves do not need a material medium for their Electromagnetic waves do not need a material medium for their The electromagnetic waves travel in free space with speed of light The electromagnetic waves travel in free space with speed of light irrespective of their wave length. Electromagnetic waves are transverse in nature. propagation. Electromagnetic waves are produ Electromagnetic waves obey the principle of superposition. Electromagnetic waves obey the principle of superposition. Electromagnetic waves are produced by accelerated charges. ced by accelerated charges. Electromagnetic waves are neutral so they are not deflected by electric and magnetic fields. The ratio of magnitudes of electric and magnetic field vectors in free space is constant and equal to c space is constant and equal to c Electromagnetic waves are neutral so they are not deflected by electric Electromagnetic waves are neutral so they are not deflected by electric The ratio of magnitudes of electric and magnetic field vectors in free The ratio of magnitudes of electric and magnetic field vectors in free ie c = E/B = 3×108m/s

    3. Electromagnetic waves show properties of reflection, refraction, interference, diffraction and polarisation. What is meant by electromagnetic spectrum? It is an orderly arrangement of electromagnetic waves from radio waves of largest wave length to gamma rays of shortest wave length. Uses of Electromagnetic waves Radiowaves: Used for communication using radio, T V, cellular phone etc Microwaves: Used in RADAR, Satellite communication, mobile phone, microwave oven. Infrared Radiation: Infrared camera, physiotherapy, for determination of molecular structure. Visible light: To see objects. Ultraviolet Radiations: Helps to produce vitamin D in our skin. Used in water purifiers, used to sterilize drinking water and surgical instruments. X-Rays: To take X ray photograph of the human body, to detect fracture in bones, to detect the presence of stone in gallbladder and kidney, to study crystal structure. Gamma Rays: Study of Nuclear Structure, radiotherapy. For more NCERT physics class 12 articles, video lectures, NCERT Solutions for class 12, sample papers, CBSE Guide, updates on CBSE board exams, enroll with Takshila Learning Call us : 8800999280/8800999284