How do the wave lengths of ultraviolet radiation compare to microwave radiation?
All ultraviolet radiation has shorter wavelengths than any microwave.
Ultraviolet radiation means:ultraviolet: radiation lying in the ultraviolet range; wave lengths shorter than light but longer than X rays. Infrared radiation means: electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths longer than visible light but shorter than radio waves.
Unlike humans, insects have the ability to see ultraviolet wave lengths. The champions at sensing infrared radiation are believed to be the beetles.
because ultraviolet light is radiation lying in the ultraviolet range, with wave lengths shorter than light but longer than x rays, while visible light can be seen by the human eye so therefore can be avoided easier
X-rays are shorter waves than ultraviolet ones.
Florence Elisabeth Meier Chase has written: 'Increased stimulation of the alga Stichococcus bacillaris by successive exposures to short wave lengths of the ultraviolet' -- subject(s): Plants, Effect of ultraviolet radiation on, Growth (Plants), Stichococcus bacillaris
Not at all. Food cooked in the microwave does not contain any microwave radiation. However, you could burn your mouth if, for example, you heat a danish in the microwave and bite into it too soon as the bready outer part can seem cool enough to eat while the filling is still dangerously hot. But on the other hand microwave use the same wave lengths as xrays and such and could possibly harm you depending… Read More
Some of the sun's rays are ionizing and some not. The portion that is not ionizing is the visible spectrum, anything with longer wavelength (infrared), and a bit of the ultraviolet spectrum. The shorter wave lengths are all ionizing.
Alpha particles are fast moving helium neuclei and thus have a positive charge, Beta radiation is composed of fast moving free electrons and thus negatively charged, but gama radiation is just nonvisable light of super short wave lengths and is thus of neutral charge as with all photons.
compare the relative lengths and paths of the uterine tubes of the fetal pig and in the human
The inter-atomic bonds in ozone have the same energy as ultra-violet light, therefore they are bound to absorb compatible wave-lengths. As the molecule is flexing in three dimension the energy of the bonds are spread over a range of energies and therefore can absorb a range of UV
How do you Calculate the frequency of 337.1 wavelength of nitrogen laser wave lengths of electromagnetic radiation?
In order to calculate the frequency of 337.1 wavelength of nitrogen laser wave lengths of electomagnetic radiation, you would have to understand that the the speed of light is 3.00 by 10.8 m/s.
they both have the same ratios
All electromagnetic wave lengths (light)
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the glass allows short wave lengths of radiation to enter, but reduces the amount of long-wave length radiation that escapes
Given two sides with lengths 34 and 14 which of the following lengths would NOT work for the third side of a triangle?
There are not any following lengths in the question to compare. Using the sizes given, and Pythagorean Theorem, the Hypotenuse of the triangle is 36.76 - which will have to do!
You can mutiply or divide the units to find the answer.
I don't really know but i think small.
Yes they do. They vary in size depending on what you need to connect them to. Different companies offer different lengths, so you can compare lengths and prices before you purchase a cord.
Does the length of a man who is 1.7 m long compare to the length of a paramecium which is 85 microm long?
Yes, you can compare any two lengths and the answer is that the man's length is very much greater.
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The sum of two radii of a circle is the same as the diameter of the circle.
Frequency = (speed of light) divided by (wavelength) Note: Even though the speed is called the 'speed of light', it's the speed of any and all electromagnetic radiation.
The visible light part of the electromagnetic spectrum is below the ultraviolet but above infrared. Purple light has the highest wave length and red has the lowest.
Pints measure volume, and meters measure lengths/distances. Can't compare the two
if the height of the inclines are all the same, the work is the same
No. It is totally safe for pregnant women. As such all radiations with wave lengths longer than light wave are safe for pregnant women.
Radio frequencies have long wave lengths and are technically a form of radiation. You are probably looking for "Far Infrared" though. In order of wave lengths Gama rays (very short) X-rays Light Infrared (like your TV remote control) Far Infrared (like a C02 Laser. 10.6nm) Then there is a band that can't be generated right now Microwaves UHV (TV) VHF (TV) RF FYI: There are RF carriers down in the 10 Hz range.
you compare their angles to make sure they are the same. if so, check their side lengths. if you can make a porportion, they are similar. if not, they are not similar.
You cannot really compare whether the area or perimeter is bigger, since they have different units. If you want to compare which one is numerically bigger, that depends primarily on what units you are using, as well as the magnitude of the lengths.
How does the bond length between the oxygen atoms in an ozone molecule compare to the bond lengths of oxygen-oxygen single and double bonds Explain?
O2 has 1 double bond (O=O). O3 has a single and a double bond (O=O-O and O-O=O). So, in ozone, you have resonance structures, and the average bond is 1.5. The bond order for O2 is 2 and the bond order for O3 is 1.5. So, bond length for O2 is longer than that in O3.
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Electromagnetic (EM) radiation includes all forms of radio waves from low frequency, AM radio, FM radio, TV frequencies, short wave frequencies, cell phone frequency/radiation, radar and microwave radiation and higher. These are all generated by some sort of antenna and can be detected and measured by the antenna. EM radiation exists naturally from various sources and mankind has known about it since the late 1800's when we first started learning to produce it and use… Read More
There is only one kind of light energy, it is called "electromagnetic radiation" and it covers a broad spectrum of wave lengths from radio to gamma.
No. Some are longer trhan others, but they are all very short. Light visible to the human eye has wavelengths ranging from a little more than 100 micrometers (infrared) to less than 1 nanometers (ultraviolet). In reference to visible light, infrared is referred to as long wavelength and ultraviolet as short wavelength light. I can't remember the units, but the human visible area is from about 400 (deep blue) to 700 (red), so a rather… Read More
From longest wave length to shortest (least energy to most, lowest frequency to highest) the spectrum is: Radio & TV - Microwaves - Infrared - Visible Light - Ultraviolet - X-Rays - Gamma Rays
Your teacher wants you to use your imagination and think of other things you could compare your dog to instead of a ruler or yardstick. What about measuring your dog in cat-lengths or pencil-lengths? You can think of lots of ways to measure a dog if you just use your brain!
How could you verify that a parallelogram was a rhombus given just the coordinates of the vert ices?
If you KNOW it is a parallelogram, just compare the lengths (or the squares of the lengths) of any two adjacent sides. If they are equal, it is a rhombus. If A =(w,x) and B = (y,z) then |AB|2 = (w - y)2 + (x - z)2
A bar chart is a term for bar graph. A bar graph is a graph that has rectangular bars with different lengths representing what they stand for. They are used to compare categorical data.
From what I know, UV rays stands for ultraviolet radiation. In nature UV lights can`t be seen, because they`re wave lengths are shorter than visible light. But special florescent light bulbs or black lights do give off long-wave UV radiation that is very close to the violet color of the visible spectrum. So it gives of a blackish/ very dark purplish color. You don`t really feel UV light unless you stay and the sun to… Read More
David William Cornelius has written: 'The study of the velocity of electrons in the photo-electric effect, as a function of the wave-lengths of the light' -- subject(s): Electrons, Radiation
The length of newborn whales measure at different lengths. For example, newborn blue whales measure to around 19ft. Compare to 3ft by newborn dwarf sperm whales.
Compare the image of an object less than one focal length from a convex lens with the image of an object more than two focal lengths from the lens?
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the square root of the hypotenuse (doesn't touch the right angle) is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides. See Pythagoras' Theorem.
A triangle with side lengths 1, 2, square root(3). A scalene triangle is any triangle whose sides are all of different lengths. It may or may not have a right-angle. Compare with isosceles triangles (2 out of 3 sides are equal in length) and equilateral triangles (all 3 sides are equal in length).
Oxygen saturation, the percentage of hemoglobin oxygen binding sites that are occupied by an oxygen molecule, is usually measure with a pulse oximeter (also spelled oxymeter). This is a device that measures the absorption of specific wave lengths or red and ultraviolet light and compares their ratios to determine the saturation.
Which has more energy short wave lenghts of electromagnetic radiation or long wave lenghts of electromagnetic radiation?
Short Wave Lengths have more energy Gamma Rays and X-rays and Ultra Violet are more likely to harm you (ex: Cancer/ sunburn, etc) than Radio waves or microwaves, because they have more energy. The higher the frequency the more energy there is.
39 lengths of a 50m pool 20 lengths of a 25m pool 43 lengths of a 50yard pool 22 lengths of a 25yard pool
A mirror and most surfaces reflect lots of things like light and heat. If you shine sunlight on a mirror it will reflect sunlight. Sunlight is the radiation which the sun gives off, within sunlight there are many different wave lengths with include infa-red and ultra-violet. In short a mirror with reflect certain wave-lengths, to understand better it is best you research on waves.