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wilson hall Science

energy in the atmosphere

nearly all the energy in the atmosphere comes from what the sun
this energy from the sun travels to earth as what electromagnetic waves
what travels in waves electromagnetic energy
what are two kinds of electricity static and current
how is wavelength measured from one crest to another crest
T or F...all wavelengths vary in lengths True
what gives light its color wavelength
what is the display of colors in the rainbow spectrum
why are colors of the spectrum seen because of the wavelength
what color has the longest wavelength red and orange
what is the direct transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves radiation
T or F...radiation is energy that travels and spreads out as it stops False - as it goes
radiation from the sun reaches the earth in the form of visible light also called what white light
what are the following examples of: sound, radio, microwaves, x-rays, gamma rays electromagnetic energy
what is used in science to study matter, tv, and light radioactive
what is a mixture of all the colors that you see in a rainbow visible light
what are the colors in the rainbow ROY G BV - red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and violet
the different colors are the result of different wavelengths of what visible light
what are the shortest wavelengths blue and violet
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