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ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum The different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum have many different uses.
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum Gamma Waves are useful for sterilising medical equipment. Gamma
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum X rays can be used to photograph broken bones. X Rays
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum Ultra violet can cause fluorescence in chemicals mixed with soap powders. Ultra Violet
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum Visible light is what we see with. Visible
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum Infra red is the part of the spectrum used in TV remote controls. Infra Red
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum Microwaves are used to rapidly heat food containing water inside a microwave oven. Micro wave
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum Radio waves are used for communication. Radio
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum RETURN Radio Waves
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum RETURN Microwaves
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum Infra Red RETURN
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum Visible Light RETURN
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum Ultra Violet RETURN
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum X - Rays RETURN
ABC D E F G The Electromagnetic Spectrum Gamma Waves RETURN
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