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Radiation is energy released from atoms as either electromagnetic waves - such as X-rays or gamma rays - or as tiny particles, such as electrons or protons.
More-common forms of radiation, such as electromagnetic fields from power lines and radiofrequency radiation from microwave ovens have not been shown to increase the risk of glioma.
The most recent examples include radiation therapy and hybrid automobiles.
As a result, the group classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as possibly carcinogenic to people.
Radiation is energy released from atoms as an electromagnetic wave, such as X-rays, gamma rays or electrons, or as tiny particles, such as protons.
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Tensor analysis has been applied in general relativity theory, differential geometry, mechanics, elasticity, fluid dynamics, electromagnetic theory, and other fields of science and engineering.
Kong, Electromagnetic Wave Theory.
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