Put the sections of the EM spectrum in order from highest to lowest energy, either left to right or in number order, one being highest:
gamma raysX raysultravioletvisible lightinfraredradioIan J
Well that killed that straight away, before I could even offer a prize with the physicist of your choice.
sorry, and I wasn't even sure. Maybe my memory isn't that bad after all!Could I choose an evening with ada please?
I have this:In order from highest to lowest energy, the sections of the EM spectrum are named: gamma rays, X-rays, ultraviolet radiation, visible light, infrared radiation, and radio waves. Microwaves (like the ones used in microwave ovens) are a subsection of the radio wave segment of the EM spectrum.Ada eh? Consider it done!
SteveHow about Death Rays, the Mekons used them on Dan Dare didn't they?
Treens.There was( is?) only one Mekon.Bloody brilliant comic.
Energy per what?Like asking which element is heaviest.Nits I pick.
As it stands the question makes no sense. Energy per what? Per week? Per square metre? Per banana? (Per photon, presumably, but the bloody question omits that.)Whereas if you'd asked about wavelength or frequency your question would have been complete.