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Electromagnetic Radiation

Electromagnetic Radiation
Electromagnetic radiation includes all forms of light energy. Energy moves through space in a spectrum called the electromagnetic spectrum. These forms of electromagnetic radiation in the spectrum run from one end to the other, from: gamma rays to x-rays to ultraviolet light to visible light to infrared light to microwave to radio waves at the other end of the spectrum.

Electromagnetic Radiation

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