What is (electromagnetic) radiation?

Radiation is an invisible but measurable energy packet that moves through space in a wave pattern in all directions. Every form of radiation has an electrical and a magnetic component. These ensure that our devices work. In addition, radiation also has a so-called scalar component. It is not necessary for the operation of the devices, but is responsible for the negative impact of radiation.

Each form of radiation has a specific wavelength and frequency . The shorter the wavelength, the higher the frequency and the more energy the radiation has. Consequently, the effect on the bodies against which she “collides” will also be all the greater.

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