What are examples of electromagnetic radiation in real life?

Like radios, TVs, etc.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Gamma rays are emitted by thallium nuclei during stress tests for heart disease.

    X-rays are used to image body interior parts either in "photos" or CT scans.

    Ultraviolet light from the sun or tanning lamps has cosmetic effects.

    Visible light illuminates dark nights or rooms. It also exposes films for photography.

    Infrared light is used by some stoves for cooking. Infrared lamps keep hot food warm.

    Microwave radiation also cooks food or boils water.

    Radar waves are used by airplane pilots, ground observers, and ship and boat crews to image solid objects in fog or darkness.

    Radiofrequency radiation interacts with strong magnetic fields to view interior body parts by magnetic resonance imaging. Lower energy radio waves propogate radio and TV signals.

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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    What are examples of electromagnetic radiation in real life?

    Like radios, TVs, etc.

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  • 4 years ago

    remote controls - infrared

    wifi - sun rays

    microwave - radio waves

    cell phones - radio waves

    stove - infrared light

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