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Consequently, your face cools perceptibly. 1–1000 µm The electromagnetic spectrum. Thermal radiation occurs in a range of the electromagnetic spectrum of energy emission. Accordingly, it exhibits the same wavelike properties as light or radio waves. Each quantum of radiant energy has a wavelength, λ, and a frequency, ν, associated with it. The full electromagnetic spectrum includes an enormous range of energy-bearing waves, of which heat is only a small part. 2 lists the various forms over a range of wavelengths that spans 17 orders of magnitude.
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