Per3_over - Preview of Period 3: Electromagnetic Waves...

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Preview of Period 3: Electromagnetic Waves – Radiant Energy II 3.1 Radiant Energy from the Sun How is light reflected and transmitted? What is polarized light? 3.2 Energy Transfer with Radiant Energy How can electromagnetic waves transfer energy and information? 3.3 Radio and Television Broadcasts What is the difference between AM and FM broadcasts? 3-1
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Photons absorbed by electrons Time 1 : An ultraviolet light photon is Time 2 : The electron moves absorbed by an electron. up two energy levels. Time 3 : The electron drops down one Time 4 : The electron drops down one energy level and emits one more energy level and one photon of visible light. emits a second photon. Nucleus Electron Photon 1 Photon 2 Photon 3
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An Atom Fluorescing Fluorescence is the absorption of radiant energy and the re-emission of radiant energy at longer wavelengths. Time 1: An ultraviolet light photon is Time 2 : The electron moves up absorbed by an electron. two energy levels. Time 3 : The electron drops down one Time 4: The electron drops down one energy level and emits one more energy level and one photon of visible light. emits a second photon. 3-4 Nucleus Electron Photon 1 Photon 2 Photon 3
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Polarized Radiant Energy Electromagnetic waves of radiant energy vibrate in all directions perpendicular to the direction of the wave.
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