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# Electromagnetic waves whose photons have the longest wavelengths have?

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The lowest energy

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###### Jordan Biddle

the lowest energy

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## Related Questions

Radio waves have the longest wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum

The electromagnetic waves with the longest wavelengths are radio waves. The electromagnetic waves with the shortest wavelengths are gamma rays.

Radiowaves have the longest wavelength of electromagnetic waves.

the waves with the longest wavelengths in the electromatic speectrum are radio waves.

The electromagnetic waves with the longest wavelength are called "radio waves". There is no limit to how long the wavelengths can be.

the longest wavelength on the electromagnetic spectrum are radio waves ranging from (100metres-100km)

Radio waves, according to the electromagnetic spectrum, actually have the longest wavelengths and the lowest energy. You're thinking of gamma waves; they have the shortest wavelengths and the highest energy.

AM radio waves, wavelengths on the order of about a kilometer (1000m)

The electromagnetic waves with the longest wavelength are called radio waves.

The waves with the longest wavelengths are known as radio waves.

radio waves have the lowest frequency, lowest energy and longest wavelengths

There is no longest wavelength. In the electromagnetic spectrum extremely low frequency waves can have wavelengths of less than 100 megametres (100,000 kilometres or 10^8 metres). Gravitational waves are likely to have much longer wavelengths.

There is only one spectrum, but the longest waves used in communications have wavelengths of about 10 km.

Radio waves are electromagnetic waves. The radio waves have the longest wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum. A radio wave has a much longer wavelength than does visible light. We use radio waves extensively for communications.

The longest wavelengths are usually referred to as radio waves, whereas the highest frequencies are referred to as cosmic rays (the opposite end of the spectrum).

ELF radio waves or extremely low frequency radio waves. These may have frequencies below 1 Hz in some cases!

Yes, light is electromagnetic waves. The longest wavelengths have the lowest frequencies and the lowest temperatures. The shortest wavelengths have the highest frequencies and the highest temperatures.

Light is electromagnetic waves. If you can see it, then it happens to beat visible wavelengths.

Those are the waves we call "radio" waves. There's no such thing as the 'longest' one ... there's no limit to the length of electromagnetic wave that we can generate. Electric power lines radiate a slight leakage at 60Hz, whose wavelength is a little more than 3,100 miles, and it's quite easy to generate waves longer than that with a few inexpensive components from Radioschlock.

Not sure what you mean with "in common". Like all waves, electromagnetic radiation has wavelengths.

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