electromagnetic radiation

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Synonyms for electromagnetic radiation

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Thickness of structure was very important while dealing with the EM waves.
They used a sensitive magnetometer (a scientific instrument used to measure the strength and/or direction of a magnetic field) to confirm that a powder of the new oxide can absorb EM waves of up to 182GHz at room temperature.
With the help of a sensitive magnetometer, the team led by Shin-ichi found that the new oxide could absorb EM waves of up to 182 GHz at room temperature.
We label and differentiate EM waves from each other, according to how they manifest physically.
This implies that the hereditary properties allow remote transfer by means of EM waves of the biological field of the living organism.
Since all EM waves travel at 299,337 km (186,000 mi) per second, the receiver used the wave's speed and travel time to calculate the distance from the satellite to Bimbach's receiver.
The EM waves are targeted to bounce back to Earth from "virtual" mirrors and lenses, created by warming specific areas of the ionosphere until they produce a flat or curved shape, capable of strategically redirecting significant amounts of electromagnetic energy.