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    The Electromagnetic Spectrum [IMAGE] The electromagnetic spectrum is the entire range of radiant energies or wave frequencies. There are seven main regions in the electromagnetic spectrum. These are: radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, x-rays and gamma rays. Each section of the EM spectrum has a different wavelength, these are shown in the table below Section of EM spectrum Wavelength (in cm) radio waves > 10 microwaves 10 à 10 infrared

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    Analyzing the Spectrum of Ozymandias The poem "Ozymandias" tells a story about a traveler, who reveals his or her story to the narrator of the poem. The author of the poem is Percy Bysshe Shelley. He keeps the interest of the poem by using constant sounds and images that are clear and concise, by supplying mystery with words that have more than one meaning, and by using a spectrum of words that capture the interpreters attention. These series of sounds are noticeable from the second line of the

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    Electromagnetic Spectrum

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    The electromagnetic spectrum is made up of six different types of waves. Radio waves, Microwaves, Infrared waves, Visible light, Ultraviolet light, X-rays and Gamma rays. The radio waves are used to transmit radio and television signals. The infrared waves are used to tell temperature of areas. Visible light is all the colors that we can see. Ultraviolet light can help things grow but to much can cause diseases such as skin cancer. X-rays are used as a tool to find broken bones or take pitchers of

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    Political Spectrum Project Introduction I have gathered four articles from the New York Times newspaper, which is a Liberal newspaper, and broken them down into a summary and a short understanding of what makes the article Liberal. The four articles include a political cartoon, an editorial piece, a national article, and an additional article. Gun Battle Halts Mideast Cease-fire International / additional article. During the daylight hours of October 2, the cease-fire between Israel

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    The Absorption Spectrum of Chlorophyll Water + carbon dioxide → glucose + oxygen 6H2O + 6CO2 → C6H12O6 + 6O2 Absorption Spectrum An absorption spectrum shows which wavelength of light a molecule absorbs. Action Spectrum An action spectrum shows the effect of each wavelength of light on the rate of photosynthesis The absorption spectrum of chlorophyll is very similar to the action spectrum of photosynthesis. This is evidence that chlorophyll absorbs light for photosynthesis

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    Analysis of the Spectrum of Depression

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    Analysis of the Spectrum of Depression Depression has many degrees of severity from a passing feeling to a serious illness, which destroys lives and relationships. Major depressive disorder is the most severe form of depression. It is extreme and persistent, rendering the patient inconsolable and helpless (1). Depressed patients often cannot continue working and have difficulty dealing with family and friends. Other symptoms of major depression are deep despair, misery, irritability, low self-esteem

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    Multimedia The Wide Spectrum

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    Multimedia The Wide Spectrum In this paper, I will endeavor to provide you with a basic overview as to what multimedia consists of. I will also delve into the visual aspect in the wide spectrum of multimedia to show what it consists of and for a better understanding as to how it fits in. Multimedia first began with games but Web pages, interactive courses, and catalogs with sound and video have now dominated the stage. Not long ago, the term “multimedia” referred to a room full of slide projectors

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    The Visible Light Spectrum “Mr. Petersuh-uh-uhn…. I need a white crayon for the white parts of the map!”, my daughter’s classmate whines as she peers into her box of mismatched Crayons. “Don’t worry about coloring those parts of the map. White isn’t a color anyways…”, replies her sixth grade teacher. Uh-oh. Big mistake! The entire class is now in for an impromptu lesson in the properties of light and the visible spectrum, courtesy of the child of a laser student. Added bonus: elevated egg-headed

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    Autism Spectrum

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    Adam’s behavior represents repetitive behaviors, interests and actions he performs. It is viewed that Adam lost his job because he was told the company was losing money in his obsession to detail and recurring comportment. Adam worked in a toy company and always seemed to be fixated about having all his material a certain way. Adam always insists in having everything a specific way, it is the same routine every single day that he follows. For example, he has the routine of always eating the same

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    The Electromagnetic Spectrum The electromagnetic spectrum is the collective name for all types of radiation. Radiation is energy that travels around in waves. The electromagnetic spectrum goes from the waves with the lowest energy to those with the highest energy. Radio Waves [IMAGE] Radio waves have the longest wavelengths in the electromagnetic spectrum. They can be from as long as a football to as long as a football pitches. Radio waves carry signals from devices from one place

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