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Electro-Magnetic Radiation - Lefthandpath - Now And Then (File, Album)

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  1. The radiation of electromagnetic waves can be explained by the behavior of the electromagnetic field produced by time-varying current. Each field has energy that comes from a power g enerator.
  2. Ultraviolet Ligh is a electromagnetic radiation with a wavelenght shorter than that visible ligh, but longer than X Rays. Ultraviolet light from the Sun can cause skin damage. Wearing sunscreens that block both long and short ultraviolet rays- UVA and UVB- can help protect you. Earth is protected from much of the Sun´s UV light by the ozone layer.
  3. The effects of prolonged EMF exposure can be cumulative and will span childrens’ lifetimes. This exposure is unprecedented and not experienced by previous generations.. Male and female reproductive systems are also at risk from EMF exposure. In one study, Dr. Conrado Avendano and his colleagues of Nascentis Medicina Reproductiva in Cordoba found that “the use of a laptop computer.
  4. Electromagnetic radiation (EM radiation or EMR) refers to the waves (or their quanta, photons) of the electromagnetic field, propagating (radiating) through space-time, carrying electromagnetic radiant energy. The electromagnetic spectrum, or types of radiation, are: radio waves, microwaves, infrared, (visible) light, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma rays. References.
  5. Robert Percuoco, in Clinical Imaging (Third Edition), Electromagnetic Radiation. Electromagnetic radiation is an electric and magnetic disturbance traveling through space at the speed of light ( × m/s). It contains neither mass nor charge but travels in packets of radiant energy called photons, or quanta.
  6. Electromagnetic radiation (x-rays and gamma rays) is indirectly ionizing. These types of radiation do not themselves produce chemical and biologic damage, but when they are absorbed in the medium through which they pass, they give up their energy to produce fast-moving electrons by the Compton, photoelectric, or pair-production processes (Fig. ).X-rays and gamma rays are forms of.
  7. May 17,  · Radiation is a transfer of heat by means of electromagnetic waves that pass through space or air from a warmer object to a cooler one (). The skin is warmed by radiation when one stands in the sun or near a fire and is cooled by radiation /5.
  8. An electromagnetic radiation therapy system comprises means for emitting divergent electromagnetic radiation having a wavelength between 9nm and being capable of producing, at the site being treated, a radiation intensity of at least 50 μWatts/cm 2. Also disclosed are the use of the system for treating various conditions and the method of applying the treatment.

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