electromagnetic wave

  1. radiation consisting of waves of energy associated with electric and magnetic fields resulting from the acceleration of an electric charge
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  • The so-called anechoic chamber, which measures nearly 36-feet long, is made of special material that absorbs electromagnetic waves. Stress Testing Metal Detectors and Other Devices
  • They linked two scientific advances — the unused terahertz range of electromagnetic wavelengths and new microchip technology. The Sun
  • When a nuclear device is detonated, it emits a broad spectrum of electromagnetic waves that radiate outward from the detonating bomb.
  • We use electromagnetic waves to detect and image objects: light waves for optical microscopes and telescopes, electrons for electron microscopes and radar.
  • These equations described visible light as a portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, and said that the luminiferous ether was not necessary for electromagnetic waves to propagate through space.
  • Objective To investigate the clinical effect of special electromagnetic wave therapy as supportive treatment on children's acute lower respiratory infection.
  • The paper studies the concepts of phase velocity and group velocity on electromagnetic wave propagation and discusses the relation between signal conveyance and energy conveyance.
  • Now researchers have used a slab of a new kind of material to focus diverging electromagnetic waves into a narrow cone.
  • The total spectrum of solar radiation comprises ultraviolet radiations, visible light, and infra-red radiations, in order of increasing electromagnetic wavelengths.
  • All the light that we see is made from electromagnetic waves, and so are infra-red and ultraviolet light, microwaves, radio waves and X-rays.
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