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Deborah Shindell.  What is it? What is it?  Radio Waves Radio Waves  Microwaves  The Ianfrared  Visible Light Waves  Ultraviolet Waves  X-rays.

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1 Deborah Shindell

2  What is it? What is it?  Radio Waves Radio Waves  Microwaves  The Ianfrared  Visible Light Waves  Ultraviolet Waves  X-rays  Gamma-rays  Work Cited

3  Electromagnetic waves - formed when an electric field couples with a magnetic field  Differ from each other in wavelength  Wavelength - distance between one wave crest to the next

4  Longest wavelengths  Longer than a football field or as short as a football  Radio (AM/FM), TV, cell phones

5  Measured in centimeters  Heat food  Transmitting information from one place to another  Penetrate haze, light rain and snow, clouds, and smoke

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11  Netting, Ruth. "The Electromagnetic Spectrum." IMAGERS. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 27 Mar Web. 22 Oct http://science.hq.nasa.gov/kids/imagers/e ms/ems.html


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