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Chapter%202%20Materials%20part%202 - Chapter 2 Materials...

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Page 1 of 12 Chapter 2 Materials PART 2 of 2 Electromagnetic Radiation. ................................................................................................. 2 Energy Waves. ................................................................................................................ 2 Calculations of wavelength and frequency. .................................................................... 4 Examples:. ................................................................................................................... 4 Calculations of Energy of Waves . .................................................................................. 6 Side Bar: Photoelectric Effect. .................................................................................... 6 Examples:. ................................................................................................................... 6 Interactions: E-M Radiation and Matter . ........................................................................ 8 The Ozone Shield (cont’d). ................................................................................................. 9 Ozone’s Chapman Cycle. ................................................................................................ 9 Threats to the Ozone Layer. .......................................................................................... 10 Destruction Pathways. ............................................................................................... 10 Chapter Study Notes:. ....................................................................................................... 11
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Chapter 2 Materials Page 2 of 12 Electromagnetic Radiation Energy Waves Energy comes in the form of electromagnetic radiation (sometimes abbreviated e-m radiation). Such radiation is expressed in transverse waves. Packets of these waves are called photons. Each photon has an associated energy, frequency, and wavelength.
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