# Electric Field Strength Converter

To use electric field strength converter, select the unit, enter the charge, and press calculate button

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## What is Electric field strength?

At the reflecting interface, the electric field amplitude reaches its maximum at the critical angle and zero at grazing incidence. Theoretical formulas for the electric field amplitudes at the surface, which rely on both polarization and angle of incidence, are provided in this study.

It helps us to quantify the reflectivity losses brought on by the interaction of these standing waves with absorbing species close to the surface, either in the rarer or denser medium, using straightforward formulas and without the need for computers.

They also help us understand physically what happens when the reflection is thwarted and how the absorption process operates at the reflecting interface. This is beneficial for fiber optics and the study of internal reflection optical spectroscopy.

## Examples

Example 1:

Convert -34 kilovolt/centimeter into abvolt/centimeter.

Solution

 Units Values Abvolt/centimeter: -3400000000000 Kilovolt/centimeter: -34 Microvolt/meter: -3400000000000 Millivolt/meter: -3400000000 Statvolt/centimeter: -113.411965632 Statvolt/inch: -288.06639269882 Volt/centimeter: -34000 Volt/inch: -86360 Volt/meter: -3400000

Example 2:

Convert 45 Volt/meter into abvolt/centimeter.

Solution

 Units Values Abvolt/centimeter: 45000000 Kilovolt/centimeter: 0.0004500000000 Microvolt/meter: 45000000 Millivolt/meter: 45000 Statvolt/centimeter: 0.0015010407216 Statvolt/inch: 0.0038126434327 Volt/centimeter: 0.45 Volt/inch: 1.143 Volt/meter: 45