How does the frequency of microwave radiation compare with infrared radiation?
Microwave is lower frequency.
Both are less for infrared radiation than for visible light.
All ultraviolet radiation has shorter wavelengths than any microwave.
All ultraviolet radiation has shorter wavelengths than any microwave.
Visible light has a higher frequency, a higher energy per photon, and a smaller wavelength, compared to infrared.
Infrared has a longer wavelength (and a lower frequency) than UV.
Much lower frequency.
How do you compare the frequency and energy of infrared waves to the frequency and energy of visible light?
Visible light has a higher frequency, a higher energy per photon, and a smaller wavelength compared to infrared. i hope this helps Lisa
In your question, you have listed them in the correct order of increasing frequency.
How does the speed of infrared radiation compare with the speed of x rays when both speeds are measured in a vacuum?
They are the same.
Ultraviolet Radiation deals with a totally different set of wavelengths and energy output than Infrared does. Also Infrared and Ultraviolet are on opposite ends in the visible light spectrum.
Infrared rays have longer wavelength and lower frequency than x-rays. They carry less energy, and have less penetrating capacity.
Infrared and Ultraviolet light fall just outside human vision. The frequency of infrared light is less than the frequency of visible red light. There are different definitions and classifications of infrared, but the frequency ranges from 3 x 10 11 Hz (300 Gigahertz or 1000 micrometer wavelength) to about 4.3 x 10 14 Hz (0.7 micrometer wavelength). Ultraviolet's frequency is greater than the frequency of Violet light. This can range from 7.5 x 10 14… Read More
Infrared waves have wavelengths that are longer that are longer than those of visible light compare the frequency and energy of infrared waves to the frepuency and energy of visible light?
Visible light makes up only a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum. Answer from a science book
Infrared waves have lower frequency and longer wavelengths than X-rays. They are both transverse waves, travel at the same speed in vacuum (3 x 108 ms-1) and do not require a material medium for their transmission. Infrared is non-ionizing, x-rays are ionizing.
-- Compare: They're both electromagnetic radiation. -- Contrast: X-rays have longer wavelength, lower frequency, and carry less energy, than gamma rays.
compare microwave oven to conventional oven
How does the speed of infrared radiation compare with the speed of x- rays when both speeds are measured in a vacuum?
If both speeds are measured in the same medium, whether it be vacuum, water, or jello, then they are equal.
It varys- here are some examples: verb>>>Microwave the covered bowl for 4 min. Noun>>>How do yo use "Microwave" in a sentence? Compare and contrast: Radiowave and Microwave
It is double of the incoming wave.
How do you compare the frequency of an electromagnetic wave with the frequency of the vibrating charge that produces the wave?
The frequency of an electromagnetic wave is equal to the frequency of the vibrating charge that produced the wave.
How does the frequency of the radio wave compare with the frequency of the vibrating electrons that produce it?
The frequency of a radio wave is the same as that of the vibrating electron that generates it.
the wave length is smaller and more compressed at the source
How do the wavelength and frequency of red light compare to the wavelength and frequency of blue light?
very nice answer.
Compare the strength and frequency method with the gap hypothesis method for predicting earthquakes?
the strength and frequency is the same
How does the frequency of a radio wave compare with the frequency of the vibrating electrons that produces it?
The frequency of a radio wave compares to the frequency of the vibrating electrons that make it because the frequency of a radio wave is proportional to the frequency of the vibrating electrons that make it.
How does frequency of the ultrasonic waves of the echo from the stationary object compare with frequency of the ultrasonic waves of the probe?
the frequencies are same.
High-pitch is a higher frequency
Provided you compare waves that all have the same speed, the longest wave has the lowest frequency.
The frequency of blue light is roughly double the frequency of red light.
You cannot compare volume and radiation.
-- The highest frequency of sound audible to the human ear is of the order of 20,000 Hz. -- The lowest frequency of light visible to the human eye is of the order of 375,000,000,000,000 Hz.
Infra red have longer wavelength compared to ultra violet.
How does the wavelength and frequency of radio waves compare to the wavelength and frequency of visible light?
Radio waves have much lower frequency / much greater wavelength than visible light has.
The VOR works by allowing an aircraft receiver to compare a reference timing signal with a directionally phased difference signal. Originally, the difference signal was generated with a rotating antenna. Today, it is generated electronically, and there are no moving parts.
Radio waves are many orders of magnitude longer than visible light.
Infrared light has a much longer wavelength than light in the visible spectrum for the full electromagnetic spectrum see this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_spectrum
How does the frequency of emitted light in a transparent object compare with the frequency of the light that stimulates its re-emission?
The frequency of emitted light in a transparent object is the same as light that stimulates its re-emission.
How does the frequency of an electromagnetic wave compare with the frequency of the vibrating electrons that produce it?
An electromagnetic was is continuous while the frequency of a vibrating electron is just as its name suggests. It vibrates and is not constant. This vibration is was causes the wave.
The first has a frequency that is 226.5625 times at high.
velocity of light= frequency of light *wavelength of light therefore wavelength =(3*10^8)/fequency
How does the frequency of re-emitted light in a transparent material compare with the frequency of the light that stimulates its re-emission?
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They both reduce your exposure to ultraviolet radiation.
It is a visual display used to compare the amount or frequency of occurrence of different characteristics of data and it is used to compare groups of data.
Wavelength of infra red would be greater than that of ultra violet waves.
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In general microwave frequencies are electromagnetic waves with frequencies in the range of 300 MHz to 300 GHz. In this range is the 2.4GHz is used in microwave ovens to heat food where water, sugar and fats absorb this radiation. This method is called dielectric heating. This is what is harmful to humans and what cooks the food in a microwave oven. I have heard many rumors of concerned parents claiming cell phone towers at… Read More
How would the wavelength and frequency of a red light compare to the wavelengths and frequencies of green and violet lights?
-- Red light has the lowest frequency of those three. -- Green light has lower frequency than violet light has. -- The wavelength of all light is inversely proportional to its frequency.
When listening to a radio station broadcasting at 101 MHz which is 101 million waves per second. You wonder how long the wavelength of these waves is. What is the answer and how does it compare to...?
The frequency of 101 MHz corresponds to a wavelength of 2.97 meters. To find the wavelength of any other frequency, divide 300,000,000 by the frequency. The quotient is the wavelength in meters. -- Center of AM radio band . . . 1 MHz . . . 300 meters -- Cellphone band . . . 900 MHz . . . 33 centimeters -- One GPS satellite frequency . . . 1,575.42 MHz . . . 19… Read More
To compare you find characteristics that are common to both. To contrast you list characteristics that are present in one but not in the other.