electromagnetic radiation

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n electromagnetic radiation radiation consisting of waves of energy associated with electric and magnetic fields resulting from the acceleration of an electric charge
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Usage

In literature:

That will stop most electromagnetic radiation, but not this stuff!
"Operation Terror" by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
The problem was, they all emitted EM, electromagnetic radiation.
"Project Daedalus" by Thomas Hoover
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In news:

International agency reviewed link between type of electromagnetic radiation found in phone, microwaves and radar.
In fractal electrodynamics, fractal geometry is combined with electromagnetic theory in order to investigate a new class of radiation, propagation, and scattering problems.
"Wi-Fi Refugees" moving to Green Bank, West Virginia to escape electromagnetic radiation.
Articles Tagged with " electromagnetic radiation".
Articles Tagged with " electromagnetic radiation ".
These materials are intended to steer light and other forms of electromagnetic radiation around an object, rendering it as invisible as something tucked into a hole in space.
When charged, the coils will radiate electromagnetic fields that repel the train magnets, levitating the vehicle.
Electromagnetic Radiation of Electrons in Periodic Structures.
The jury is still out about whether electromagnetic radiation from mobile phones and wireless home phones pose health risks.
At issue is whether the electromagnetic radiation emitted by cellphones is dangerous and even cancer-causing.
In the hours of darkness, when lesser souls have given in and gone to bed, these hardy souls seek and find angling salvation in a pool of electromagnetic radiation.
The jury is still out about whether electromagnetic radiation from mobile phone s and wireless home phones pose health risks.
They reviewed possible links between cancer and the type of electromagnetic radiation found in cellphones, microwaves and radar.
Cell phone electromagnetic radiation effects brain activity: A study has shown cell phones can alter brain activity, though it is unknown if any harm is done.
The range of electromagnetic radiation (electromagnetic waves) in our known universe, which includes visible light.
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In science:

In other words, black hole can radiate gravitational wave, but it can not radiate electromagnetic wave.
Gauge Theory of Gravity
If any matter or electromagnetic field is in interaction with the gravitational field we have to state that the flux of radiation and matter through the horizon is zero, which for the electromagnetic field is equivalent to say that the relevant component of the Poynting vector is zero on ∆.
The First Law of Isolated Horizons via Noether Theorem
We have treated here the case of minimal interaction between the gravitational field and the electromagnetic radiation using Einstein-Maxwell Lagrangian.
The First Law of Isolated Horizons via Noether Theorem
The upset rate due to the electromagnetic component of the radiation field (gammas and electrons) can be neglected, because they produce few secondary ions in material.
Single Event Effects in the Pixel readout chip for BTeV
The dynamics of the e+ e− -pairs and electromagnetic radiation of the plasma generated in the dyadosphere propagating away from the EMBH in a sharp PairsElectro-Magnetic pulse (the PEM pulse) has been studied by us and validated by the numerical codes at Livermore Lab .
Observational tests of the Electro-Magnetic Black Hole Theory in Gamma-Ray Bursts
The further evolution of the sharp pulse of pairs-electromagnetic radiation and baryons (the PEMB pulse) further proceeds with increasing values of the Lorentz gamma factor until the condition of transparency is reached .
Observational tests of the Electro-Magnetic Black Hole Theory in Gamma-Ray Bursts
Since the mass accretion rates are hypercritical and the densities in the disk correspondingly high, photons cannot escape and the energy is set free in form of neutrinos rather than electromagnetic radiation (Popham, Woosley, & Fryer 1999).
Explosion Mechanisms of Massive Stars
The connection between the radiation theories and the theory of the electron was the electromagnetic energy-momentum relationship.
Electrodynamics and the Mass-Energy Equivalence Principle
However it was only with Smithey et al. (1993), that it became feasible to actually carry out the corresponding measurements on one particular quantum system —in that case, the state of o ne mode of electromagnetic radiation (a pulse of laser light at a given frequency).
An invitation to quantum tomography (II)
The additional relaxation due to molecular collisions and electromagnetic radiation may have to be favored for the steady state.
Broken Symmetry and Coherence of Molecular Vibrations in Tunnel Transitions
The picture is here similar to that provided by stochastic electrodynamics[4 ] with the gravitational field (the non-Minkowskian metric) substituted for the electromagnetic radiation.
On a heuristic point of view concerning the motion of matter. From random metric to Schroedinger equation
Relativistic Description of Polarized Electromagnetic Radiation 4.
General Relativistic Theory of Light Propagation in the Field of Radiative Gravitational Multipoles
Montanari studied perturbations of polarization of electromagnetic radiation propagating in the field of a plane gravitational wave and found that the effects are exceedingly small.
General Relativistic Theory of Light Propagation in the Field of Radiative Gravitational Multipoles
The general formalism describing the behavior of electromagnetic radiation in an arbitrary gravitational field is well known .
General Relativistic Theory of Light Propagation in the Field of Radiative Gravitational Multipoles
The polarization properties of electromagnetic radiation consisting of an ensemble of waves with equal frequencies but different phases are defined in terms of the electric field measured by an observer.
General Relativistic Theory of Light Propagation in the Field of Radiative Gravitational Multipoles
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