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Electromagnetic Spectrum and Light

What are photons? Individual particles of light
What is another name for light? Electromagnetic wave
True or false - All light travels at the different speed False - The light travels at the same speed of light, regardless of different types.
Range the electromagnetic waves from shortest wavelength to longest wavelength- 1-Gamma rays 2-X-Rays 3-Ultraviolet 4-Visible light 5-Infrared 6-Radio
True or false - The wave with the highest frequency and shortest wavelength has the greater amount of energy True
Gamma rays to radio waves are all types of ___________ Electromagnetic radiation
What is thermal radiation? Energy that an opaque object, like a planet, produce based on its temperature.
What is a Stefan-Boltzmann law? A law which stated that the higher the energy, the more radiation a star gives off at any wavelength
What is Wein's Law? The closer the star is to blue, the hotter, thus higher energy.
According to Wein's Law, how hot is the red temperature? Cooler
According to Stefan-Boltzmann law, why doesn't the object emit much radiation? The object doesn't have the highest energy.
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