Invisible means there is no visible light. They may give off other electromagnetic radiation, but "light" usually refers to visible light.
The Sun gives off more invisible light because the Sun gives off all the light in the Electromagnetic Spectrum. Radiowaves, Microwaves, UV rays, Visible light, X-Rays and Gamma Rays. I might have missed some but I think I got all of them. The only kind of light we can see is Visible light. Therefore, the Sun gives off more invisible light then visible light.
Microwaves do not 'give off' radiation as such. Microwaves are radiation.
Light is given by a subatomic particle called a photon. All types of light are transferred by this from gamma rays to microwaves. Although It is called a particle from the double slit experiment we can see that the photon can act like particle and a wave
No, there is no scientific documented evidence that microwaves give you cancer.
Animals that give light are called self-luminiuos animals
Microwaves leak radiation even if it says it doesn't. Radiation can give you cancer.
no it cannot give testicular cancer
Things that give out light are called light sources eg. the sun, a lamp,computer screen,torch. Hope that helped :)
they give off radiations
The sun give light to the star because the sun reflects on the star to give them light.
No. There is a wide range of electromagnetic waves; we can only see a small amount. Depending on their frequency, electromagnetic waves are called radio waves, microwaves, infrared radiation, visible light, ultraviolet radiation, x-rays, or gamma rays.
"The magic portion that the fairy gave had made me invisible."
Microwaves give off well, microwaves and electromagnetic radiation; the waves may affect your fish's health.
1. You cannot see objects that are behind objects you have clear vision of. 2. Any object behind a light source is invisible
A very hot flame may radiate more in the invisible, ultraviolet spectrum than in the visible spectrum.
They use telescopes, but different types of telescopes. There are telescopes for radio waves, microwaves, infrared light, visible light, ultraviolet light, x-rays, and gamma rays, all depending on what it is you're trying to see.
A microwave is a form of electromagnetic radiation in the frequency range between 300 MHz (or 0.3 GHz) and 300 GHz. A microwave is also the "shorthand" name we give to a common appliance called a microwave oven. Are they the same?Whether or not microwave ovens are the same as microwaves depends on the application of the term. Microwave ovens are called that because they contain a microwave generating device and direct the radiated electromagnetic energy (the microwaves themselves) into a cooking space (called a cavity) to heat drinks or food, or even to cook things.Say an appliance salesman is saying to his/her junior helpers, "Arrange the microwaves on the shelves." This refers to the microwave ovens. It's not about electromagnetic energy called microwaves.Take the case of an electronics teacher saying to his/her students, "The microwaves are reflected off the metal screen that is used in the construction of the dish." This does notrefer to microwave ovens, but the electromagnetic energy itself.