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Advanced PhysicsQ&A LibraryWhich one of the followings is a source of electromagnetic waves? A) stationary electric charges B) none of the answers C) electric charges moving on a circle with constant speed D) a stationary permanent magnet E) electric charges moving on a straight line with constant speedQuestion

Which one of the followings is a source of electromagnetic waves?

A) stationary electric charges

B) none of the answers

C) electric charges moving on a circle with constant speed

D) a stationary permanent magnet

E) electric charges moving on a straight line with constant speed

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