Radiation – Electromagnetic Radiation, Particulate Radiation, Radiation And Health

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The word radiation comes from the Latin for “ray of light,” and is used in a general sense to cover all forms of energy that travel through space from one place to another as “rays.” Radiation may be in the form of a spray of subatomic particles, like miniature bullets from a machine gun, or in the form of electromagnetic waves, which are nothing but pure energy and which include light itself, as well as radio waves and several other kinds.

The word radiation is also sometimes used to describe the transfer of heat from a hot object to a cooler one that it is not touching; a hot object is said to radiate heat. You can “feel the heat” on your face when standing near a red-hot furnace, even if there is no movement of hot air between the furnace and you. What you are feeling is infrared radiation, a form of electromagnetic energy that makes molecules move faster, and therefore behave hotter, when it strikes them.

When many people hear the word “radiation,” they think of the radiations that come from radioactive materials. These radiations, some of which are particles and some of which are electromagnetic waves, are harmful because they are of such high energy that they damage materials through which they pass. This is in contrast to light, for example, which has no lasting effect on, say, a pane of glass through which it passes.

The higher energies of radiation are called ionizing radiations because when they tear apart atoms they leave behind a trail of ions, or atoms that have had some of their electrons removed. Ionizing radiations include x rays, alpha particles, beta particles, and gamma rays.

Many kinds of lower-energy radiations are quite common and are harmless in reasonable amounts. They include all colors of visible light, ultraviolet and infrared light, microwaves and radio waves, including radar, TV and FM, short wave and AM. All of these radiations are electromagnetic radiations.

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Electromagnetic energy is a term used to describe all the different kinds of energies released into space by stars such as the Sun. These kinds of energies include some that you will recognize and some that will sound strange.

They include:
• Radio Waves
• TV waves
• Radar waves
• Heat (infrared radiation)
• Light
• Ultraviolet Light (This is what causes Sunburns)
• X-rays (Just like the kind you get at the doctor’s office)
• Short waves
• Microwaves, like in a microwave oven
• Gamma Rays

All these waves do different things (for example, light waves make things visible to the human eye, while heat waves make molecules move and warm up, and x rays can pass through a person and land on film, allowing us to take a picture inside someone’s body) but they have some things in common.

They all travel in waves, like the waves at a beach or like sound waves, and also are made of tiny particles. Scientists are unsure of exactly how the waves and the particles relate to each other. The fact that electromagnetic radiation travels in waves lets us measure the different kind by wavelength or how long the waves are. That is one way we can tell the kinds of radiation apart from each other.

Although all kinds of electromagnetic radiation are released from the Sun, our atmosphere stops some kinds from getting to us. For example, the ozone layer stops a lot of harmful ultraviolet radiation from getting to us, and that’s why people are so concerned about the hole in it.

We humans have learned uses for a lot of different kinds of electromagnetic radiation and have learned how to make it using other kinds of energy when we need to. DS1 would not be able to communicate with Earth, for example, if it could not produce radio waves.

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