GREAT Visual of the Electromagnetic Spectrum. While light and other electromagnetic waves do not require a medium and can travel through a vacuum, they can travel through some media, such as clear glass.
Waves and the Electromagnetic Spectrum: Physical Science Interactive Notebook The Nature of Waves Features of Waves Behavior of Waves Electromagnetic Spectrum Communicating with Radio Waves Students will be given the opportunity to show their unders
This resource give directions for a popular activity for measuring the speed of light! It includes a worksheet for students to show their calculations and a poster of the electromagnetic spectrum.If you like this you might also like:Laser Terms and QuizA
Wavelength: lambda: the distance between any point on a wave and the corresponding point on the next crest (trough) of the wave; distance the wave travels during one cycle; expressed in meters, nanometers, micrometers, picometers m) or angstroms
This worksheet will have students create an electromagnetic spectrum, provide explanations and sketches of translucent, transparent, and opaque objects, as well as touch on the primary colors of pigment and light.