Ultrasound is part of the high frequency spectrum of electromagnetics. Ultrasound is part of the radio spectrum of Êearthly electromagnetism.
Sound is a mechanical vibration and not an electromagnetic one. The electromagnetic spectrum is reserved for electromagnetic waves and will not have a place for sound on it.
Quite simply, the Microwave Oven uses the Microwave part of the spectrum.
depends on the telescope
Electromagnetic Spectrum can it impact on our daily life because we can use electromagnetic spectrum to communicate with our home phones or cellphones. Also microwaves tv's radars and radio signals are part of the EM spectrum.
mobile phones use microwave radiation
it affects our daily life because we can use electromagnetic spectrum to communicate with our home phones or cellphones. also microwaves tv's radars and radio signals are part of the EM spectrum.
The radio frequency portion of the electromagnetic spectrum uses radio telescopes.
It uses radio waves between the range of 2.402 and 2.480 GHz
The ozone layer protects us from UV's. UV's are a part of sun's electromagnetic spectrum.
We can get information from any portion of the electromagnetic spectrum provided we use the correct "listening" devices; that is the entire range, Radio, microwave, infrared, visible, ultra violet, xray, and gamma rays
a microwave oven
I say visible light.
When they want to communicate with each other (in a language which has been deciphered to be very similar to Thai) plants use Gamma radiation.
I use the band of wavelengths roughly in the range of 390 to 750 nanometers, often referred to as the band of "visible light".
Because we can't see the colors on the spectrum so we have to use a graphto show the colors.
Well, there are actually no ends to the EM spectrum, so there's no 'highest' or 'lowest' frequency, no 'longest' or 'shortest' wavelengths. No name that we use for any part of the electromagnetic spectrum applies to longer waves (lower frequencies) than "radio waves".
x rays for cancer and it helps heal cancer
The electromagnetic spectrum spans from the lowly radio signals (1x104 Hz) that we use for terrestrial broadcasting to gamma rays (1x1021 Hz) from the sun! ===================
Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) uses 650nm wavelength laser diode light (part of the electromagnetic spectrum, in visable light section) which allows us to see it. CD uses 780nm wavelength, just outside of the electromagnetic spectrum, hence why we cannot 'see' it, only hear.
In a microwave oven, we find that microwave energy (from the microwave portion of the electromagnetic spectrum) are used. In a conventional oven, gas or electricity is used to create infrared heat, so we find infrared radiation (from the infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum, which is just below the visible light or optical portion) used there. If the oven happens to be a combination microwave and conventional, we'll find both types of electromagnetic waves generated for use inside.
Chloroplasts of different plants absorb different wavelengths, but usually regions within the Visible light band are used.
It is very easy to use!
They just use a harsher light in the electromagnetic spectrum.