they never mesured it in Hiroshima but one droped in the U.S. came up with 300 miles
-That is about the size of Bensalem to Pittisburg
According to Google Maps, it is 483 km from Nagoya to Hiroshima.
All types of radiation can travel through space.
Beta Radiation can travel through paper. Alpha cannot travel through paper. Gamma Radiation can travel through paper Easily.
Radiation will travel through almost anything if its frequency is high enough.
Yeah, radiation can travel in vacuum and a practical example of it is the radiation of sun coming to earth and traveling through space.
About 2 hours
Heat radiation is electromagnetic waves, and those travel best in a vacuum.
Infrared radiation can only travel through empty space or transparent objects
Radiation can travel through empty space. The radiation in question is electromagnetic waves.
In a vacuum its all electromagnetic radiation, in matter it's a question of atomic (molecular) motion.
Radiation does not require a medium.
conductors According to the A+ cirriculum it' actually space. Radiation can travel through a space. Jesus loves you!:)
Yes. Light and electromagnetic radiation (like radio waves) can travel in a vacuum. Sound waves, which require air to travel, cannot.
I'm answering this because you guys are wearing me out with "gamma radiation" questions. You know what "gamma radiation" is? It's radiation. So is light. So are X-Rays. How far does it travel in air? How far does light travel in air?
If the radiation is more energetic than the plasma then it can travel through it, but it will impart some of its energy to the plasma.
radiation can travel through air
Yes, electromagnetic radiation does travel as a transverse wave
yes as radiation travels from the sun through a vacuum to earth
true or false radiation travels at the speed of light
3 1/2 hours
No, it can only travel by radiation.