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Unformatted text preview: TV. work similar to radio. have coding for images. Microwaves: opposite of radio waves, shortes wave an spectrom. uniter and fair within food absorbs microwaves, thermal heat 15 produced Infrared Rays : Have higher wave frequency than Radio wave . can't be seen by naked eve, but can be felt. Extremely small. and used as heat source and detector . . used to Iseep animals, food, and used to Find dead bodies X- Rays: very shart wavelengths, used to looks through bones and teeth , Suitcases, and packages . Gamma Rays : Shortest of any waves on the spectrum , has the most energy , greatest penetrating ability, too much exposure - deadly, used to kill cancer, used to see heat levels of brain....
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