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International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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A Novel Theory for Generation of Electromagnetic Waves

Birudev Hajare, Sandip Bhokse, Mahesh Borkar, Laxman Bagal, Arvind Maske, Tushar Mergu

Abstract: During the conclusion of 19th century, James Clerk Maxwell had already published his work A Dynamical Theory Of Electromagnetic Field. In this he presented his famous four equations, along with other electromagnetic equations and derived the speed of electromagnetic waves, also claiming that light is an electromagnetic wave. After this, students of Hermann von Helmholtz - Max Planck and Heinrich Hertz also shifted their focus on electromagnetic waves. Hertz succeeded in proving the existence of Maxwells theoretical electromagnetic waves and Planck started doing theoretical work on Hertzs electromagnetic waves. With the development of Plancks constant and Einsteins theory of relativity it became profound that light, which is type of electromagnetic wave, behaves both as a particle and as wave, thus the theory of wave-particle duality came into existence and is still being referred. The combined work of all the scientists named above stated the behavior, application and to some extent generation of electromagnetic waves. However, none of the scientists till date were able to successfully present a detailed theory with regards to generation of electromagnetic waves, as to which part of the charged particle or the electromagnetic field around it is responsible for the generation of electromagnetic waves. In this paper, an attempt is being made to fill the void stated above with an innovative theory for generation of electromagnetic waves.

Keywords: electromagnetic wave generation electromagnetic wave, photon, novel theory



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