Asked in Energy
What is the energy called when the energy of electrically charged particles are moving from one place to another?
How is an electromagnetic wave produced?
electromagnetic waves are produced by the motion of electrically charged particles. electromagnetic waves are also called electromagnetic radiation because they radiate from electrically charged particles. ...
What is the layer of eletrically charged particles found within the thermosphere?
The layer of the Thermosphere with electrically charged particles is called, the Ionosphere. Even though we do not know much about it. ...
How an electromagnetic waves produced?
electromagnetic waves are produced by the motion of electrically charged particles. electromagnetic waves are also called electromagnetic radiation because they radiate from electrically charged ...
Asked in Magnetism
What is a stream of eletricically charged particles sent out by the crona called?
A stream of electrically charged particles that is sent out by the crona is called a cosmic ray. Such rays contain very high levels of radiation. ...
How are electromagnetic waves produced?
Electromagnetic waves are produced by the motion of electrically charged particles. These waves are also called 'electromagnetic radiation' because they radiate from the electrically charged particles. They travel through empty space as well as through air and other substances. ...
Asked in Atoms and Atomic Structure
What is the process called that changes a neutral atom into an electrically charged atom?
Ionization. An electrically charged atom is called an ion. Positively charged ions are called cations, and negatively charged atoms are called anions. ...
Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
What are the positively charged particles in an atom's nucleus?
The positively charged particles in an atom's nucleus are called protons. They carry a relative charge of (+1) which cancels out the charge of (-1) of electrons for an electrically neutral atom. ...
What causes a comets ion tail to point away from the sun?
As you might know, ions are electrically charged particles. Therefore they tend to be more carried by charged radiation than dust and other particles. The sun always sends out electrically charged radiation, called the solar wind, and it is this wind that blows the ion tail in the opposite direction of the sun. ...
Asked in Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
What is the positively charged particles that compose atoms are called?
The positively charged particles that make up atoms are protons, the negatively charged particles are called electrons, and the particles with no charge are called neutrons. ...