TeachMeFinance.com - explain Radiation
Radiation The term 'Radiation' as it applies to the area of the environment can be defined as 'Energy transfer in the form of electromagnetic waves or particles that release energy when absorbed by an object. See ultraviolet radiation, infrared radiation, solar radiation, longwave radiation.6'.
The term 'Radiation' as it applies to the area of basic science can be defined as 'Physical science: transfer of energy by electromagnetic radiation; process of emitting energy in the form of waves or particles (e.g., visible light, X-rays, alpha and beta radiation)'.
The term 'Radiation' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' Energy transport through electromagnetic waves. See shortwave radiation and longwave radiation'.
The term 'Radiation' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' The transfer of heat through matter or space by means of electromagnetic waves'.
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