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The Electromagnetic Spectrum By: [Your Name Here] Period [your period]
What are electromagnetic waves? [paste a picture here that represents electromagnetic waves] URL:
The largest wavelengths: [your answer] The smallest wavelengths: [your answer] Which waves have the highest energy? [your answer]
Which of the following waves have you experienced in your life? [answer here]
Radio Waves What information can radio waves give us about objects in space? How do we use radio waves in everyday life? [Insert answer here]
Microwave Microwaves heat our food by [insert answer here]
Infrared Waves How do astronomers use infrared waves to study space? [Type your answer here] URL:
Visible Light Waves Q: How do we see color? A: Q: What structures in our eyes detect color? A:
Ultraviolet Waves Interesting Facts: 1. 2. 3.
X-Ray Waves What objects in space produce X-rays that astronomers study? Can X-rays travel better through skin or bones? Answer:
What I learned about EM Waves
Stop right here and have the teacher look over your work.
Radio waves (remove this text box if you want to put in your own title)
10/16/2014 In ?:P.58 What is the electromagnetic spectrum? Illustrate and describe.
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.
November 18, Electromagnetic Radiation Objectives At the end of class, you will be able to: List the forms of electromagnetic radiation Find wavelength.
Poster Project Waves.
Physical Science 18.2 The Electromagnetic Spectrum Reading Guide
ALL ABOUT. Light is a form of energy. –Also known as electromagnetic (EM) radiation. –Carried in small packets called photons. As light wavelength increases,
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,
Electromagnetic Waves Chapter 17 Section 1-2 Pages
The Electromagnetic Spectrum: Pages 53 and 54 QUESTION: What is a spectrum? OBJECTIVE: Students will be able to name and give a common use of waves that.
Electromagnetic Waves. Electromagnetic wave is a wave that can travel through empty space or through matter and is produced by charged particles that.
[ Click here for an interactive EM spectrum.
The Electromagnetic Spectrum
Electromagnetic Spectrum Identify and explain how different parts of the electromagnetic spectrum are used.
1.All electromagnetic waves travel at the same speed through space (the speed of light) 2.Gamma rays, X-rays, Ultra-violet waves, Light, Infra-red rays,
The Doppler Effect Solar System Day 3. Solar System Day 3- Objectives Describe how the _____________________ can be used to study the movement of objects.
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