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Chapter 6. Electromagnetic Phenomena
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      after all relative motion between source and receiver stops.
      during acceleration between the source and receiver.
      in sound waves.
      when distance between source and receiver is changing.



      much the same as light does.
      at the same angle as it comes in.
      only at very low incidence angles.
      only in the absence of light.



      Calibrated.
      Casseopian.
      Cassegrain.
      Cartesian.


      lower.
      higher.
      larger.
      smaller.


      they are said to be in phase with each other.
      they must be out of phase with each other.
      the sum of their phases always equals 180 degrees.
      they may or may not be in phase with each other.





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