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  1. #1 MAGNETIC RADIATION ON MATTER? 
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    I need help with the following questions:

    "Electromagnet Radiation emitted by an electromagnet"

    1) Will adding an other wave close by an electromagnet emitted wave increase the results of the wavelength and energy?

    For example: If I have an electromagnet next to me right now and I add a
    radio near it, and have the lowest FM radio station on; will it effect the
    electromagnetic radiation?

    2) Is it possible to have the radiation emitted from an electromagnet or some
    sort of wave with a high energy emitting wave emitted on any surface and have it temporary stay there for an amount of time? Also will this work on the outside ground?

    3) Finally, can it be possible to temporarily make any matter magnetized enough to have another magnet repel it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by need input
    I need help with the following questions:

    "Electromagnet Radiation emitted by an electromagnet"

    1) Will adding an other wave close by an electromagnet emitted wave increase the results of the wavelength and energy?

    For example: If I have an electromagnet next to me right now and I add a
    radio near it, and have the lowest FM radio station on; will it effect the
    electromagnetic radiation?

    2) Is it possible to have the radiation emitted from an electromagnet or some
    sort of wave with a high energy emitting wave emitted on any surface and have it temporary stay there for an amount of time? Also will this work on the outside ground?

    3) Finally, can it be possible to temporarily make any matter magnetized enough to have another magnet repel it?

    Your first question makes no real sense your second question even less.

    THe answer to your third question is yes, two magents when placed with similar poles facing will repel.


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    emm your first question (i think) is refering to the idea of two electromagnetic waves adding to each other creating one boigger wave. This is called constructive interferance and occurs in all electromagnetic waves which are coherant and in phase where the crests of one wave hit the crests of the other. The electromagnetic waves from an electromagnet will create constructive interferance point as well as destructive interferance points where the resultant wave is the differance between the two where the waves are coherant but out of phase. i.e the pits of hit the crests of the other. These points of construction maxima points are in mid air so to speak and i dont see how it would serve much purpose although the interferance principal is used in holographic backing atorage which is quite interesting. as for q 2 electromagnetic photons will not stand still they will ither tranfer all their energy to an electron or bounce away until it finds an electron it can give its energy too bt they will never remain stationary or slow down ect.
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    Can anyone help with the other two questions?
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    I make it that's all three answered?
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    no i mean about the effect on matter, is it possible to have the magnetic radiation stick to an object temporarily?
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    Red has answered that, whan a photon strikes matter it will either be absorbed or reflected. remember they travel at around 'c' so they cannot remain 'still'.
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    this is what i am trying to achieve:

    Does anyone know a way this can be accomplished?

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    anyone have any suggestions?
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