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What will be the intrinsic impedance of free space? Show detailed steps of calculation.

Step 1

Intrinsic impedance of free space depends on permitivity and permeability of free space.

Permitivity and permeability of free space can be expressed by equation (1) and (2) respectively.

Step 2

The intrinsic impedance of fr...

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