Electromagnetic radiation (EMR)

Electromagnetic radiation (EMR),

Definition of Electromagnetic radiation (EMR):

  1. Radiant energy created by accelerating electrons or photons, traveling as waves and existing as gamma rays, infrared rays, radio waves, ultraviolet rays, visible light, and X-rays. Some studies suggest that long-term exposure to EMR caused by electromagnetic fields that surround high voltage power lines may cause brain cancer, leukemia, and miscarriages.

  2. A kind of radiation including visible light, radio waves, gamma rays, and X-rays, in which electric and magnetic fields vary simultaneously.

How to use Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) in a sentence?

  1. Gamma radiation is a form of electromagnetic radiation, just like radio waves and visible light, only much more energetic.

Meaning of Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) & Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) Definition