by: Dylan Hamby
infrared waves lie between visible light and microwaves, on the electromagnetic spectrum. far infrared waves are thermal, so we experience this type of radiation every day from the heat.
definition of infrared
- a wavelength just greater than that of the red end of the invisible light spectrum but less of than that of microwaves
4 uses of infrared waves
hot charcoal....special lamps....night-vision...and sometimes to heat food
2 interesting facts
near infrared waves are not hot at all,
These shorter wavelengths ...
Snakes with 2 sensory pits are even thought to have some depth perception in
has lower frequency and higher wavelength