Non-ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Non-ionizing Electromagnetic Radiation?

1. Radiation that does not change the structure of atoms but does heat tissue and may cause harmful biological effects. 2. Microwaves, radio waves, and low-frequency electromagnetic fields from high-voltage transmission lines.

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