The Electromagnetic Spectrum and the Nature of Light (Slide Set Number 103)
 
  • Slide 1: Vibrating charged particle generating an electromagnetic wave (Missing)
  • Slide 2: Continuously vibrating charged particle generating a wave train (Missing)
  • Slide 3: The Doppler effect represented by a wave train (Missing)
  • Slide 4: (Two wavelengths showing how frequency and wavelength are related
  • Slide 5: Comparison of violet and red wavelengths (Missing)
  • Slide 6: Schematic of the electromagnetic spectrum from gamma rays to radio waves (Missing)
  • Slide 7: Gross anatomical structures of the human eye
  • Slide 8: Inverse square law of light showing how a unit of light is spread out at given distances from the source (Missing)
  • Slide 9: Huygen's principle of alternate constructive and destructive interference of wave fronts from two sources
  • Slide 10: Mechanism of plane polarization of light
  • Slide 11: Doppler effect represented in spherical wave fronts (Missing)
  • Slide 12: Dispersion of light by a prism (Missing)
  • Slide 13: Continuous visual spectrum (Missing)
  • Slide 14: Mechanisms that produce emission and absorption lines in space (Missing)
  • Slide 15: Hydrogen emission spectrum showing Balmer Series (Missing)
  • Slide 16: Hydrogen absorption spectrum with selected iron emission comparison lines (Missing)
  • Slide 17: Selective atmospheric transmission of the electromagnetic spectrum (Missing)
  • Slide 18: Selective transmission of radio waves through the earth's atmosphere (Missing)
  • Slide 19: Penetration of radio waves through the solar atmosphere (Missing)
  • Slide 20: Representation of synchrotron radiation (Missing)
 
 

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