The different colours of light are produced by chemical molecules interacting with electromagnetic radiations in the form of electric and magnetic waves. The frequency determines how often these waves can pass through a given crystal section. The fundamental frequency is measured in kilohertz (kHZ), megahertz (MHz), or gigahertz (GHz).
Colours are the result of the combination of two or more waves of different frequency. Wavelengths due to electromagnetic waves are used in radio and microwave transmissions (radio waves, microwaves), television, telecommunication transmission (telecommunication via fiber optic wire), and in particle accelerator research (so-called synchrotron light) (Note: All of these are active sources of infrared (IR) and visible light).
The production of an individual photon of light is called a Compton scattering. Electron and radiation waves travel in all directions and are emitted from the material if the electrons are freed by electron energy. The amount of energy emitted is related to the total mass of the emitted electron-. The levels are listed below.
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