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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Electromagnetic Radiation *Electromagnetic Radiation is often what light is called.*Light has no matter.(Matter: anything that has mass and takes up space)*Light is both a particle and a wave; this is called the Particle/Wave Duality Theory.*Photons are what light is made up of. They are small particles.*Light waves have the following:1.) Wavelength: The distance between the crests (or the troughs) of a wave.2.)Frequency: The number of wave crests (or troughs) that pass a given point eachsecond.3.)Amplitude: A measure of the height of the crests or the depths of the troughson a wave. (How dim or bright light is, is determined by amplitude)4.)Speed: The measure of how fast an object is moving.*The color of light coincides with its wavelength.*As wavelengths get larger frequency gets smaller, and as wavelengths get smallerfrequency gets larger.*Light that is from the sun is called the Electromagnetic Spectrum.*Light has different spectrums in the Electromagnetic Spectrum, and the only one that isvisible to the naked eye is the Visible Spectrum, which ranges from wavelengths of 700 nanometers long to wavelengths of 400 nanometers long on the Electromagnetic Spectrum.*Light is a physical constant, which means that it is a amount that you can measure thatdoes not change.*The speed of light is faster than the speed of sound.*The speed of light is 190,000 miles per sec.Rainbow Spectrum: book:Exploring Creation with Chemistry2nd EditionBy: Dr. Wiles Jay
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