Example 8-2: Yellow Light Incidentupon a Glass SurfaceA beam of yellow light with wavelength 0.6 µm is normallyincident in air upon a glass surface. Assume the glass issufficiently thick as to ignore its back surface. If the surface issituated in the plane z = 0 and the relative permittivity of glassis 2.25, determine:(a) the locations of the electric field maxima in medium 1 (air),(b) the standing-wave ratio, and(c) the fraction of the incident power transmitted into the glassmedium

image 304 - Example 8-2: Yellow Light Incidentupon a Glass SurfaceA beam of yellow light with wavelength 0.6 µm is normallyincident in air upon a glass surface. Assume the glass issufficiently thick as to ignore its back surface. If the surface issituated in the plane z = 0 and the relative permittivity of glassis 2.25, determine:(a) the locations of the electric field maxima in medium 1 (air),(b) the standing-wave ratio, and(c) the fraction of the incident power transmitted into the glassmedium

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