Non-ionizing Radiation
Subject: Physics | Topics:

Non-ionizing radiation refers to any sort of electromagnetic radiation it does not carry enough electricity per quantum to help ionize atoms or even molecules—that is, to fully remove an electron from an atom or even molecule. Instead involving producing charged ions while passing through issue, the electromagnetic radiation has sufficient energy limited to excitation, the movement of electron to an increased energy state.

Related Physics Paper:

Popular Physics Paper:

Tutorial: Heat Transfer

Primary objective of this lecture is to present on Heat Transfer. The transfer of heat is normally from a high temperature object to a lower temperature object. Heat transfer changes the internal energy of both systems involved according to the First Law of Thermodynamics. By Thermometer you ca.....

Lecture on Spacecraft

The aim of this lecture is to present on exploring the Solar System: all about spacecraft or spaceflight. Here briefly describe on Flyby Missions: usually the first phase of exploration; spacecraft following continuous orbit – around the Sun, escape trajectory. Some famous example: VOYA.....

Presentation on Light and Optics

General purpose of this lecture is to present on Light and Optics. Optics is the branch of physics which involves the behaviour and properties of light, including its interactions with matter and the construction of instruments that use or detect it. Here briefly focus on What is light; How ca.....

Nuclear Fusion

The origin of the energy released in fusion of light elements is because of interplay of a couple of opposing forces, the nuclear force which in turn combines together protons as well as neutrons, and the Coulomb force which in turn causes protons to repel one another. Nuclear fusion is a nuclear.....

Lenses: Application of Refraction

Basic purpose of this lecture is to present on Lenses: Application of Refraction. There are two main types of lenses: convex lenses—these curve outwards and are fatter in the middle, and concave lenses—these curve inwards (a little like a cave) and are thinner in the middle. Convex lenses.....