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Re: Semi-on-topic: Light that travels faster than the speed of light?

  • From: Steve Meuse
  • Date: Mon Aug 22 15:36:56 2005
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On 8/21/05, Peter Dambier <peter@peter-dambier.de> wrote:

I have had a look into one of my microwave books. I have seen in coax
cables the speed of lite drop to 90% or 80% depending on the insulator,
the dielectric.

I believe this is referred to as "velocity factor".

-Steve


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-Steve


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