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Secondary seismic waves travel slower than primary waves but they are much more destructive. Thus it carries more energy.


You can make a beam of any kind of radiation that carries any amount ofenergy you want.But each infrared photon carries more energy than any infrared photon, andeach infrared photon carries more energy than any microwave photon.


photons carry radiant energy. Photon: whose energy depends on the frequency of the waves.


Waves carries only ENERGY to the coast as it reaches the coast its wave height increases and breaks there by releasing a huge amount of energy. This energy is used for the generation of long shore currents this current carries sediment along with it causing EROSION.



The matter that waves use to transfer energy is called the medium. The medium actually carries the energy of the wave. Sound is a good example of mechanical energy, and it requires a medium to travel. The energy created at the source is transferred into the medium, and the medium carries it forward in transmission (propagation).



the electromagnetic waves with high frequency carries most energy ex :gamma rays


A gamma-ray photon carries more energy than a photon of any other electromagnetic radiation.


All waves carry energy but not all transfer of energy is by waves.For example electomagnetic energy which includes lasers, microwaves, visible light which energizes photovoltaic cells, and infrared which carries thermal radiant energy.Thermal energy can be transferred by conduction or convection, as well as radiation.Electrical energy however is essentially movement of electrons. If it is DC there are no waves by with AC current, there ware waves.


The shortest waves carry the most energy. Ultraviolet, X-rays and the like.


Yes. The higher the amplitude, the more energy a wave has.


What do light waves carry? Mostly light. We can modulate the light waves to carry information as well, but light itself carries energy - sometimes a LOT of evergy.


Electro magnetic waves eg:-light,UV,heat


wave is a wiggle in space and time. it carries energy and nothing else


A mechanical wave requires a medium to transfer the energy it carries, unlike EMR waves. There are several types of mechanical waves, most of them being found in an earthquake. Mechanical waves are all longitudinal waves.


The relationship between wavelength and energy depends on the type of wave. For electromagnetic waves, the shorter wavelengths are associated with higher energy levels. Electromagnetic energy travels in waves, and the length of the wave is inversely proportional to the energy the wave carries. Higher energy, shorter wavelengths. Lower energy, longer wavelengths.


A body giving out light continually radiates energy. Light waves are electromagnetic waves which propagate by time varying electric and magnetic field. As energy is associated with both these fields so light also carries energy. Besides to produce these fields a body(say an electron) has to do work and the body's energy decreases. This energy is carried by light waves.


longituid waves (or pressure waves)



Waves get their energy from the wind. The stronger the wind, the more energy the waves will have. If there is less wind, the waves will have less energy.


A sound wave that has a large amplitude carries a lot of energy because the higher the waves amplitude the louder (more powerful or energetic) the wave will be. apex answer: high amplitude


Electromagnetic waves are the medium that carries sound the fastest. Examples include the radio waves.


While it is not known for certain, it appears that light carries both electrical and magnetic energy. More study and research is needed.