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What are things around your house that produce electromagnetic waves?
The most powerful producer of EM waves is probably your microwave oven. Other items include Wi-Fi & bluetooth devices, mobile phones, remote central locking car keys, R/C toys, wireless baby monitors, wireless headphones, smart electricity meters & two way radios.
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How do you compare the frequency of an electromagnetic wave with the frequency of the vibrating charge that produces the wave?
The frequency of an electromagnetic wave is equal to the frequency of the vibrating charge that produced the wave.
They are all transverse waves. They can all travel at the speed of light, 3*10^8 m/s. Able to travel through a vacuum or through a medium. Formed by oscil…lating magnetic and electric fields. All exibit other characteristics of waves such as reflection, refraction, interference and the Doppler Effect.
Any electric charge undergoing acceleration will produce Electromagnetic waves. This is by far the most common way.If an oscillating electric field is synchronized with an osc…illating magnetic field of exactly the same frequency a beam of light will be produce where the two fields are orthogonal in all dimensions.
electromagnetic waves are produced by the motion of electrically charged particles. electromagnetic waves are also called electromagnetic radiation because they radiate from e…lectrically charged
It produces an UltraViolet electromagnetic wave. This can vary because there are several different lasers that can be used in lasik surgery.
Blenders, doorbells, speakers, and probably anything that is related to speaker systems or have speakers in them. Answer: Any device with a motor, generator, speak…er or microphone, or a transformer has an electromagnet installed.
electromagnetic waves are produced by the motion of electrically charged particles. electromagnetic waves are also called electromagnetic radiation because they radiate from e…lectrically charged particles.
An electric charge.
Electromagnetic waves, or more accurately, electromagnetic radiation is when an electric field and magnetic field (which are always tied together) are oscillating. … It is like if you take a rope and place it on the ground all stretched out and move one end side to side (quickly), it makes a wave go down the rope. As the electric and magnetic fields move back and forth, they create the same waves being emitted from them. They waves are called electromagnetic waves/radiation. There are 7 classifications of these waves. Radiowaves, microwaves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet light, X-rays, and gamma rays. These blend into one another in a continuous spectrum.
Electromagnetic waves are produced by the motion of electrically charged particles. These waves are also called 'electromagnetic radiation' because they radiate from the elect…rically charged particles. They travel through empty space as well as through air and other substances.
My answer is NO, since vibrating electric charge cannot exist independently (conservation of electric charge cannot be violated). Vibrating electric charge can only exis…t as part of electric charge wave.
A vibrating proton IS an electromagnetic wave. The E.M. wavelength is a measurment of how fast the proton is vibrating.
In classical electrodynamics, electromagnetic radiation, whether radio, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet or ionizing radiation (x-rays and gamma rays), consists of two fie…lds which are varying with time: the magnetic field and the electric field. In an electromagnetic wave, the two fields are perpendicular to each other and both are perpendicular to the direction of the radiation. Electromagnetic waves clearly carry energy because they exert forces on electrons when they encounter them. But, in the waves themselves, there is no matter which is vibrating, just the fields. That is how electromagnetic waves can travel through a vacuum, where there is no matter. An electromagnetic wave is generated by the acceleration of charge. If charge is constantly changing its direction, as in an oscillating electric circuit, a continuous stream of electromagnetic waves are generated. The same effect works in reverse: when an electromagnetic wave is incident upon charge, it exerts a force that causes the charge to accelerate. A stream of electromagnetic waves cause the charge to continually reverse direction which, in a conductor, can be detected as an oscillating current. In a medium the wave 'signal' is transmitted by particle polarization and atomic scattering, at a rate subject to Fresnel's refraction coefficient 'n'. Between those particles, and in a vacuum, nobody used to know. It used to be called the 'luminiferous ether', but the Special Theory of Relativity, which said motion and speed was only relative and could not be in relation to any background, showed that the ether didn't exist. Amongst the many things that relativity explained that were before unexplainable was the constancy of the speed of light with respect to moving receivers. Many have pointed out relativity's logical inconsistencies (giving rise to paradoxes), but since relativity has been shown to be correct in every single one of the countless tests of its validity, no alternative theory explaining the constant speed of light can replace it. One of the biggest challenges in modern physics is to unite quantum field theory, which works beautifully for electromagnetism, with relativity, which works beautifully for gravity.
Electromagnetic Waves don't produce energy, they carry it. A photon's energy is given by E=hf, with h= planck's constant and f= frequency.
To produce thermogram it needs infrared wave. It is a radiant energy which cannot be seen by naked eyes and it was discovered by Sir William Herschel, an astronomer in the ye…ar 1800.
Electromagnetic waves are not produced, they exsist as part of the electromagnetic force (one of the four knows forces, like gravity), science still does not have an answer to… how the four knows forces first began, this is one of the reasons for the large hadron collider, to try and find out how the universe came into exsistance.