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Chapter 17 Vocabulary
electromagnetic waves with higher frequencies and shorter wavelengths than radio waves but lower than visible light
a system of detecting reflected radio waves
electromagnetic radiation that can be seen with the unaided eye
method of transmitting radio signals by changing the amplitude of the waves
lights that glow when an electric current causes ultraviolet waves to strike a coating inside a tube
electromagnetic waves with frequencies higher than visible light, but lower than X- rays
electromagnetic waves with higher frequencies that ultraviolet rays, but shorter than gamma rays
energy that travels through space in the form of electromagnetic waves
a tiny particle or packet of light energy
lights that glow when a filament inside them gets hot
method of transmitting radio signals by changing the frequency of the waves
radio waves with the shortest wavelengths and highest frequencies
electromagnetic waves with the longest wavelengths and lowest frequencies
radio waves with the shortest wavelengths and highest frequencies
the range of electromagnetic waves placed in a certain order
The Electromagnetic Spectrum. The name given to a group of energy waves that are mostly invisible and can travel through empty space Shorter waves have.
Electromagnetic Waves. Electromagnetic wave is a wave that can travel through empty space or through matter and is produced by charged particles that.
The Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS). Electromagnetic Wave An electromagnetic wave is a transverse wave that carries electrical and magnetic energy. The.
Electromagnetic Waves. EM waves – waves that DO NOT need a medium to travel through, they can travel through a vacuum (empty space) Examples of EM.
Waves? Chapter 17 Notes. Chapter 17 The Nature of Electromagnetic Waves Electromagnetic waves are transverse waves that transfers changing electrical.
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Brain pop. Electromagnetic radiation: Energy that can travel through space in the form of waves. This starts with the longest waves, radio waves, and.
Electromagnetic Energy. Energy Energy is transmitted along waves The sun emits energy in the form of? Electromagnetic waves.
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Visible light and the electromagnetic spectrum. we can’t see all types of light! Visible light is a very small part of a large range of radiations. It.
Light. Is a form of energy Behave as an electromagnetic wave Have both electrical and magnetic properties Can travel through empty space Are made up of.
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The Electromagnetic Spectrum. Radio Waves *Longest Wavelength *Lowest Frequency *Lowest Energy Examples-TV signals, AM & FM radio signals Radio waves.
Waves….. What is a Wave? A Wave is a disturbance that carries energy through a medium or empty space. A Medium is a substance such as a solid, liquid,
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