5N30.00 - Electromagnetic Spectrum

Code Number:
Demo Title:
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Wave Lengths and Frequency of Electromagnetic Spectrum
Area of Study:
Electricity & Magnetism
Overhead Transparencies.

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  • Bernard J. Feldman, "Physics Deja Vu",  TPT, Vol. 52, # 7, Oct. 2014, p.  391.
  • Figuring Physics, TPT, Vol. 45, # 5, May 2007, p. 310.
  • Frank DeFreitas, Alan Rhody, and Steve Michael, Shoebox Holography,  p. 32.
  • Tom Petruzzellis, "Electromagnetic Waves", Electronic Sensors for the Evil Genius, p. 199.
  • Curt Suplee, "Now you see it...", Everyday Science Explained, National Geographic, p. 100. 
  • Curt Suplee, "Beyond visivle light", Everyday Science Explained, National Geographic, p. 114.
  • Sara Stein, "Sights - Wavicles", The Science Book, p. 185.

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