What is Electromagnetic Radiation? Explained

What is Electromagnetic Radiation

Introduction

Actually, we are all surrounded by electromagnetic radiation. The light we see around us is a type of electromagnetic radiation. However, it is a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum. In addition to this visible light, many other rays surround us that are not visible to our naked eyes such as radio waves, microwaves, infrared rays, ultraviolet rays, x-rays, and gamma rays. These are all electromagnetic radiation.


If you do not know much about it, this article is for you. Today, I am going to unlock the details of the electromagnetic radiation. In this article, you will know -

1. What is Electromagnetic Radiation?
2. What is Electromagnetic theory?
3. What is Electromagnetic Spectrum?
4. Measuring electromagnetic radiation

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What is Electromagnetic Spectrum? Explained

What is Electromagnetic Spectrum

Introduction

In addition to the ray we see with our eyes, there are many rays in the universe that are not visible to the naked eye. To study all those rays, based on their differences in frequency and wavelength, a scientific scale system called electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) has been created.


If you do not know what the electromagnetic spectrum is, this article is for you. Today, I am going to unlock the details of the electromagnetic spectrum. In this article, you will know -

1. What is Electromagnetic Spectrum?
 a) Radio waves
 b) Microwaves
 c) Infrared rays
 d) Visible light
 e) Ultraviolet rays
 f) X-rays
 g) Gamma rays

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What is Nuclear Fission? Explained

What is Nuclear Fission

Most of the electricity we use today is generated by nuclear power plants. But to understand how it is produced, we need to know about some of the phenomena of it, one of which is nuclear fission. If you don't know what nuclear fission is, this article is for you. Here I am going to unlock the details of nuclear fission. In this article, you will know

1. What is Nuclear Fission?
2. What is Nuclear Energy?
3. Calculation of Nuclear Energy
4. Uses of Nuclear Energy

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What is Radioactive Decay? Explained

What is Radioactive Decay

Introduction:

In a previous article, we learned about radioactivity. There we learned that radioactivity is a nuclear phenomenon where the unstable nucleus tries to come to a steady-state by spontaneously emitting alpha particle (𝛼), beta particle (𝛽), and gamma (𝛾) radiation. In this article, we are going to discuss radioactive decay to complete radioactivity. If you do not know what is Radioactive decay, this article is for you. Today, I am going to unlock the details of the Radioactive decay. In this article, you will know -

1. What is Radioactive decay?
2. Types of Radioactive decay
a) Alpha emission
b) Bita emission
c) Gamma emission

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What is Radioactivity? Explained

What is Radioactivity

Introduction:

In nature, there are some atoms whose nucleus is in an unstable state. For this instability, atoms emit some ionizing radiation or particles from the nucleus and try to be stable. This phenomenon of particle emission from the nucleus of atoms is known as radioactivity. If you do not know what is radioactivity, this article is for you. Today, I am going to unlock the details of the radioactivity. In this article, you will know -

1. What is Radioactivity?
2. Why Radioactivity occur?
a) Radioactive substances
b) Radioactive isotopes
c) Nature of radioactivity
3. Discovery of Radioactivity
4. Use of radioactivity

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