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What is monochromatic light? I mean to say
Monochromatic light is a wavelength that is composed of one colour but it is confined to an extremely narrow range.
Very interested to get into a discussion about Hartely oscillators, Amplitude and Frequency modulation.
Also interested to know how a 5 watt paraset radio transciever could be used by the Special Operations Executive in ww2 to transmit radio signals at just a bit up from 500kHz from, say, Paris to London. Isn’t that a long way for 5 watts ?
This is an excellent collection of questions. However, the post may mislead some into believing that the difference between potential difference and electromotive force is whether a battery is involved. For more information see http://www.differencebetween.net/science/difference-between-electromotive-force-emf-and-potential-difference/
Thank you for the input and sharing the resource link for further clarity on the topic ,that really helps to address the the misconceptions about the topic.
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