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radiant energy

n.
Energy transferred by radiation, especially by an electromagnetic wave.
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radiant energy

n
(Units) energy that is emitted or propagated in the form of particles or electromagnetic radiation. It is measured in joules. Symbol: Qe
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ra′diant en′ergy


n.
1. energy transmitted in wave motion, esp. electromagnetic wave motion.
[1910–15]
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radiant energy

Energy in the form of waves, especially electromagnetic waves. Radio waves, x-rays, and visible light are all forms of radiant energy.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.radiant energy - energy that is transmitted in the form of (electromagnetic) radiation; energy that exists in the absence of matter
energy, free energy - (physics) a thermodynamic quantity equivalent to the capacity of a physical system to do work; the units of energy are joules or ergs; "energy can take a wide variety of forms"
luminous energy - the energy associated with visible light
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EnWave Corp (CVE:ENW) (OTCMKTS:NWVCF) said Thursday that it has inked a royalty-bearing commercial license agreement that will see Electric Farms LLC use its proprietary Radiant Energy Vacuum (REV) dehydration technology for drying industrial hemp.
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Summary: Infrared light or infrared radiation (IR) is a type of radiant energy invisible to human eyes but can be felt in the form of heat.
The ground we walk on, the plants and creatures, the clouds above constantly dissolving into new formations -- each gift of Nature possesses its own radiant energy, but bound together, they create a different kind of harmony.
The Agreement grants TGOD the right to use EnWave's proprietary Radiant Energy Vacuum dehydration technology to dry organic cannabis in its Canadian operations.
(2) In addition, radiant energy and the level of radiation at the correct wavelength is an important factor for this.
The Doha workshop included discussions on the exchange of experiences of the participating countries in the field of recruitment and training for radiation regulatory authorities, to identify the challenges and obstacles as well as ways to find practical solutions in line with the proper uses of radiant energy in the participating countries.
The researchers subjected the prototypes to a fly test and determined their resistance to change in terms of chemical and physical structure (thermostability) and to the influence of radiant energy (photostability).
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