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You can find pictures anywhere you just have to no where to look www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize is a good website so try it out and see what you. You can find pictu…res anywhere you just have to no where to look www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize is a good website so try it out and see what you.
Electromagnetic energy feilds are known as a human energy feilds.
Electromagnets are used in vending machines to deciever real coins from fake ones. Electromagnets will sort counterfeit money from real money, because most counterfeit money i…s an iron alloy. Iron is magnetic and gets pulled by the electromagnet, while real coins are not effected.
Most of the time you can find them in speakers or in motors, computer hard drives and they even use giant electromagnet in scrap jards to lift magnetic objects.
you can fin an electromagnet at home in a doorbell or a blender i hope that helped you check out my other answers xxx
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I found two EM spectrum jokes. Whether they are good, let the reader decide: An XKCD comic about the electromagnetic spectrum (please see the related link) and this (funny…?) valentine: Roses reflect a light frequency at one end of the visible electromagnetic spectrum, Violets reflect a light frequency at the other end of the visible electromagnetic spectrum, Sugar is C12H22O11, And you release the endorphins in my brain.
Frequency = (speed) / (wavelength) = (3 x 10 8 ) / 10 -2 = 3 x 10 10 = 30 GHz . That portion of the radio spectrum is allocated for various satellite applications, r…adio astronomy, radio navigation, earth and space exploration.
Electromagnetic radiation fille the universe. It can be found almost everywhere. An easier question might be where can't it be found and the answer to that is almost nowhere …although the levels inside a metal bar would be extremely low.
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There are no such things as 'AM' and 'FM' waves. When we take an electromagnetic wave, and force it to carry information by changing its amplitude according to some patter…n related to the information, we operate on it with the process of 'AM'. Commercial radio stations that add sound information to their carrier waves in that way operate in the frequency band of 0.55 - 1.7 MHz (in the US). When we take an electromagnetic wave, and force it to carry information by changing its frequency according to some pattern related to the information, we operate on it with the process of 'FM'. Commercial radio stations that add sound and other information to their carrier waves in that way operate in the frequency band of 88 - 108 MHz (in the US).
The quickest, easiest, most reliable way to find it is to consult a reference book or website. There you will find the number: 299,792,458 meters per second. (186,2…82 miles per second)
-- a radio wave -- a heat wave -- a yellow wave -- a blue wave -- an ultraviolet wave -- an X-ray -- a gamma ray
As the founder of a totally new branch of science Plank can be credited with quite a few basic discoveries. I would like to emphasize the idea of all things being quantize…d and the establishing of Plank's constant.