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  • is an emf wave enhanced if it enters through back side of a mirror?

    You would think so?

    What about emf going through different lenses ,will it enhace the waves?

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    If you mean electromotive force when you say emf, emf doesn't GO anywhere. It is the force that moves electrons. Think of it as a water pump. The pump forces the water to move but the pump doesn't go anywhere. The same with emf. Emf can be generated with a generator or a battery or solar power but the emf is only the force to move the electrons not something that actually moves.

    If you are actually meaning electromagnet wave, then yes they can be focused like a radar dish or satellite receiver dish does. Your question about a mirror doesn't make any sense. Can you explain that better what you are actually asking?

    Carroll
    Just because someone disagrees with you does NOT make them your enemy. We can disagree without attacking someone. This means YOU especially BroMikey.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by citfta View Post
      If you mean electromotive force when you say emf, emf doesn't GO anywhere. It is the force that moves electrons. Think of it as a water pump. The pump forces the water to move but the pump doesn't go anywhere. The same with emf. Emf can be generated with a generator or a battery or solar power but the emf is only the force to move the electrons not something that actually moves.

      If you are actually meaning electromagnet wave, then yes they can be focused like a radar dish or satellite receiver dish does. Your question about a mirror doesn't make any sense. Can you explain that better what you are actually asking?

      Carroll
      Im sorry i meant em wave. I heard of people blocking em waves with mirrors relecting towards an em source. Just curius what would happen if em wave enterd through non reflective side of mirror

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