Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Electromagnetic Spectrum

The different electromagnetic radiations have different wavelengths. The visible light have radiations of wave lengths between 3800Å - 7600 Å. Different colors in the visible light correspond to different wavelengths. In addition to the visible light there are many other electromagnetic radiations, such as X-rays, U.V. - rays, I. R. - rays, radio waves, microwaves etc.
The arrangement of all electromagnetic radiations in the increasing order of their wavelengths or decreasing order of their frequencies is called Electromagnetic Spectrum.

1 comment:

  1. Hey hi,Amazing,and concept clearing stuff.