Phyiscs Test 2 (light)

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Phyiscs Test 2 (light)
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2010-10-10 23:54:39
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  1. Lunar Eclipse?
    Sun, Earth, Moon
  2. Solar Eclipse?
    Sun, moon, earth
  3. Name the Electromagnetic Spectrum...
    Radio waves, Microwaves, Infrared, Visible Light, Ultraviolet light, Xrays, Gamma Rays
  4. What is the wavelength of an electromagnetic wave that has a frequency of 3 kilohertz?
    More than 1km
  5. The moon would be at it's fullest just before the time of a...
    lunar eclipse.
  6. Glass is apaque to wave frequencies that...
    match it's natural frequencies.
  7. If the sun were to disappear right now, we wouldn't know about it for 8 minutes because it takes 8 minutes...
    for light to travel from the sun to the Earth.
  8. The size of the pupil of your eye depends on...
    The brightness of light in the room and the temperature of the room.
  9. The sensation of color is seen when light falls on the eye's....
    cones.
  10. A partial solar eclipse occurs for people in the sun's...
    penumbra.
  11. A lunar eclipse occurs when the...
    moon passes into Earth's shadow.
  12. Sunburns are produced by...
    UV light.
  13. The speed of light in the void between molecules in glass is...
    the same as it's speed in a vacuum.
  14. When visible light is incident upon clear glass, atoms in the glass...
    are forced into vibration.
  15. The natural frequency of the atoms in glass is in the...
    UV part of the spectrum.
  16. The source of all electromactetic waves is...
    vibrating charges.
  17. Compared to UV waves, the wavelength of infrared waves is...
    longer.
  18. The main difference between a radio wave and a light wave is it's...
    speed, wavelength and frequency.
  19. Electromagnetic vaves consist of...
    oscillating electric and magnetic fields.

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