In this album we are going to learn how does the imbisible light work and were there are. And if theuy can harm ourself or help us.
Blu-ray disc (official abbreviation BD) is an optical disc storage medium designed to supersede the standard DVD format. Its main uses are for storing high definition video, Playstation 3 video games, and other data, with up to 25 GB per single-layered, and 50 GB per dual-layered disc. Although these numbers represent the standard storage for Blu-ray Disc drives, the specification is open-ended, with the upper theoretical storage limit left unclear. The discs have the same physical dimensions as standard DVDs and CDs
Radio Waves are the longest waves of the electromagnetic spectrum. You do not see them and do not hear them. Broadcast stations use them to carry signals in a kind of code AM or FM.
In AM the height of the waves is changed to carry signal. In FM the frecuency changes.
A microwave oven uses electromagnetic waves, too. Microwaves are shortwaves radio waves. Water in foods absorb microwaves very readily. The
energy from the absorbed microwaves speeds up the water molecules inside the food.
Infrared means "just beyond red." Infrared wves are next to visible red waves in the spectrum. When you stand in sunlight, it is the Sun´s infrared waves that warm you. All objects give off infrared waves, depending on their tempersture. Warmer objects give off more infrared waves than cooler objects do.
Untraviolet (UV) light is made up of waves just shorter than visible violet light on the spectrum. UV light causes chemical changes. It can produce vitamin D in your body. You need vitamin for healthy bones and teeth. Ultraviolet light produces vitamin D in milk. Hospitals use ultraviolet light to kill harmful bacteria in equipment used in operating rooms. However, UV light can cause harm. UV light from the Sum causes a sunburn. Scientist have found that UV light can also cause some forms of cancer on the skin.
X rays and Gamma rays
The shortest wavelengths of the spectrum - X rays and gamma rays - have great penetrating power. X rays can pass right through most objects. Thicker or denser objects tend to absorb X rays. This means that X rays can produce a picture when they pass through an arm or leg, or your jaw. The denser objects, such as bones and teeth, can show up very clearly on the finished picture.
The distinction between X-rays and gamma rays has changed in recent decades. Originally, the electromagnetic radiation emitted by X-rays tubes had a longer wavelenght than the radiation emitted by radioactive nuclei (gamma rays). Older literature distinguished between X-and gamma radiation on the basis of wavelength, with radiation shorter than some arbitrary wavelength, such as 10-11 m, defined as gamma rays. However, as shorter wavelenght continuos spectrum X-rays sources such as linear accelerators and longer wavelenght gamma ray emitters were discovered, the wavelenght bands largely overlapped. The two types of radiation are now usually distinguished by their origin: X-rays are emited by electrons outside the nucleus, while gamma rays are emitted by the nucleus.
German physicist Wilhelm Rontgen is usually credited as the discoverer of X-rays because he was the first to systematically study them, throught he is not the first to have observed their effects. He is also the one who gave them the name X-rays, though many refered to these as Rontgen rays for several decades after their discovery.
Among the important early researchers in X-rays were Ivan Pulyiu, William Crooker, Johann Wilhelm Hittorf, Eugen Goldstein, Heinrich Hertz, Philipp Lenard, Hermann von Helmholtz, Nikola Tesla, Thomas Edison, Charles Glover Barkla, Maz von Laue and Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen.
In this album we have learned that the rays ar every were in our planet and in the universe. We use them in our daily lives in our houses and every were we are. And also they can harm our skin. And also they help us.