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How fast do x rays travel in a vacuum?

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Speed of light, about 300 million meters/second.

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All electro-magnetic waves can travel through a vacuum.


Electromagnetic waves travel through a vacuum at the speed of light, c, which is 3.00 x 108 m/s to three significant figures. A few examples include visible light rays, x-rays, and gamma rays.


No. Both travel at exactly the same speed. The speed of light.


No. All forms of electromagnetic radiation travel at the speed of light.


All the ELECTRO-MAGNETIC RADIATIONS (Cosmic rays , gamma rays , U , X ,Visible LIght , Infra Red , Radio waves & Microwaves) can travel in vaccum.


All electromagnetic waves, light, x-rays, etc travel at the same speed. Sound waves require a medium to travel thru, so they cannot travel thru a vacuum.


Every color of light has the same identical speed in vacuum. Radio, X-rays,microwaves, heat waves, and gamma rays also all have the same speed.All colours travel at the same speed.


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.


At the speed of light which is approx 3 x 108 meters/second


X-rays are a type of electromagnetic radiation, and therefore travel at the speed of light. About 300,000 km/sec.



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Radio waves travel at the speed of light which, in a vacuum, is about 3 x 108 meters per second.


As far as vacuum is concerned all parts of em spectrum such as radio waves, visible light, x rays etc would travel with the same speed. That too it is nearly 300,000 km per sec such an incredible speed


The speed of light (electromagnetic radiation) in a vacuum is always the same, no matter what type of EM radiation it is. 3.0 x 10^8 m/sor299 792 458 m / s


Electromagnetic eaves are waves that can travel through the vacuum of outer space. Microwaves, x-rays, and TV are all kinds of electromagnetic waves.


Nope. All EM (electromagnetic) spectra have a top speed of 299 million meters a second in a vacuum.


An electromagnetic wave can travel thorugh a vacuum. The electromagnetic wave can take the form of a radio wave, light, X-rays or gamma rays. This is a contrast to the mechanical waves we know, like waves on water, sound, and seismic waves, to name some.Mechanical waves.Electromagnetic waves.


It isn't - at least, not in a vacuum. All electromagnetic waves have the same speed in the vacuum. Both visible light and x-rays are electromagnetic waves.


Gamma rays travel at the same speed (in a vacuum) as all Electromagnetic radiation, that is 2.99 792 458 x 108 m/s. There are 1000 metres in a kilometre, making 2.99 792 458 x 105 km/s. Since there are 3600 seconds in an hour gamma rays travel at 1.079252849 x 109 km/hr or 1,079,252,849 km/hr. (roughly a billion)


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