When you think of light, you probably think of what your eyes can see. But the light to which our eyes are sensitive is just the beginning; it is a very small part of the total amount of light that surrounds us. Electromagnetic spectrum is the term used by scientists to describe the entire range of light that exists. From radio waves to gamma rays, most of the light in the universe is, in fact, invisible to us.
This course will cover the following:
1. A definition of what electromagnetic spectrum is.
2. Properties of electromagnetic waves.
3. Detection of electromagnetic waves.
5. Problem solving.