Nuclear radiation and electromagnetic waves
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I want to be able to see colors that people see on an everyday basis!
how does thermonuclear reaction happen?
In the earth's interior the thermonuclear fusion reaction converts hydrogen into helium, releasing lot's of energy. that energy is converted into thermal energy
the radiation at the top of the atmosphere varies by 3.5% over the year, as the Earth spins around the sun.
the solar heat energy travels through space in form of electromagnetic waves and is possible through a process known as radiation
radiation- emission of electromagnetic waves and those waves transfer energy
How greenhouse effect works: Nitrogen and Oxygen absorb little or no radiation. Water vapor absorbs heat effectively
the EM waves allows us to see color because it interacts with the molecules
these glasses will allow you to see color!
for a while these glasses allow me to see color!
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