electromagnetic waves


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Translations
مَوْجات كَهْرومغْناطيسيَّه
elektromagnetisk bølge
elektromágneses hullámok
rafsegulbylgja
elektromagnetinės bangos
elektromagnētiskie viļņi
elektromagnetické vlny
elektromanyetik dalgalar

electromagnetic waves

(ilektrəməgˈnetik) noun plural
waves of energy travelling through space etc, eg light waves, X-rays, radio waves.
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The field of metamaterials involves designing complicated, composite structures, some of which can manipulate electromagnetic waves in ways that are impossible in naturally occurring materials.
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Optical fibers work on the basic principle mechanism of electromagnetic waves. These electromagnetic waves carry specific information & data in the form of data packets & further transfer it from one place to another.
Like all other electromagnetic waves, radio waves travel at the speed of light.
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24), I paused to reflect on this question: Do gravitational waves really travel at the speed of light--or, instead, do electromagnetic waves travel at the speed of gravity?
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In his parliamentary question, GE-rer asked about the harmful effects of the cell towers located in public venues and children's playgrounds, the reasons why some towers are being camouflaged to keep them away from public knowledge, whether regular measurement of electromagnetic waves released from these stations is conducted and how many cell sites there are in ystanbul.
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