Electromagnetic wave is type of radiation. Monochromatic light (a single primary color) is simple example of electromagnetic wave., Radio waves, Gamma ray, X - ray, Infra red ray, Ultra violet ray, are other examples of electromagnetic wave.
Alpha and beta 'waves' are not actually waves, but streams of particles. An alpha particle is the nucleus of a helium atom (2 protons and 2 neutrons). A beta particle can be an electron or positron (antimatter particle like an electron, but with a positive charge).
An exmple is 2 magnetsAnother answer (this one is actually correct)To create an electromagnet, wrap a wire around a mass of iron (typically an iron rod) and apply voltage to the resulting coil. In general, the more wraps of the wire, the greater the magnetic field.
Electromagnets are used in electric motors, solenoids, electric locks, stereo speakers...
Two magnets will either attract or repel each other but they are not necessarily electromagnets.
An example of electromagnetic energy is a radio.
All moving electrons (a radio) have electromagnet energy.
Light is one example of electromagnetic energy.(I am a 6th grader)
In no particular order:
* Radio-waves * Infra-red * Microwaves * Ultra-violet radiation * visible light * X-rays
There are others too.
Which one of the following is not an example of and electromagnetic wave?
A photon, the quanta of electromagnetic energy, is an example.
Objects with an electromagnetic field.
All are examples of electromagnetic energy except? A sunlight separating into a rainbow after a rain, B x-rays showing an image of a person's broken bone, C circles forming when a rock drops into a pool
Electromagnetic energy is an invisible form of energy in the transverse wave form. Of the many types of energy in our universe, this form of energy is the only one that does not require a medium or matter to travel on or in. This form of energy can travel through empty space as a transverse wave. There are many different types of electromagnetic energy. Examples of Electromagnetic Energy: 1. Radio waves 2. Microwaves 3. Infrared radiation 4. Visible light - all colors of the spectrum that we can see. 5. Ultraviolet light 6. X-rays 7. Gamma radiation
One example of electromagnetic source is a microwave. Forms of electromagnetic energy are gamma rays, x rays, ultraviolet radiation, and visible light.
The waves with higher frequencies have more energy and the gamma rays have the most energy in the electromagnetic spectrum
The waves that are the most infictint are the seismic waves
An example of Electromagnetic energy is light.
Examples of electromagnetic energy are radio waves, Xrays, optical light waves, infrared waves, sunlight and lightening.
An example of electromagnetic energy is a stove
the process is called evaporation
An x-ray is an example.
Thermal, nuclear, mechanical, chemical,electrical, electromagnetic.
Gamma radiation, X-ray radiation
soundflowing waterblowing windpotential energynuclear fissionnuclear fusionetc.
examples of electromagnetic waves are satilghts or radios are examples of electromagnetic waves