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Erik's EM Voc

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used to sterilize medical equipment and for black light ultraviolet
1000 meters long used for tv and garage door openers radio waves
foot long used for heating food and police radars micro waves
size of a pin head,felt as heat,thermal cameras detect hidden warm bodies infrared light
used to see bones and hard tissue in the body x-rays
very dangerous,used to kill cancerous cells,can cause cancer cells,rare on earth gamma rays
what are the colors that you see with visible light? red,orange,yellow,green,blue,indigo,violet
allows some light through but not all of it (see light and movement only) translucent
the passing of an em wave through a medium transmission
air, water, windows mediums
materials that allow almost all light through (you can see what is on the other side) transparent
materials that don't let any light through (they reflect or absorb the light) opaque
Created by: averyal