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<b>Electromagnetic spectrum</b>. Designation of portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. The blackened areas in the right-hand graph show attenuation caused by atmospheric absorption. The window in the absorption spectrum at ''V'' is visible light and window ''T'' is the thermal infrared window. In terms of energy, 10<sup>&#x2013;6</sup>&#x0020;m wavelength=1&#x0020;''eV''; 10<sup>&#x2013;12</sup>&#x0020;m=1&#x0020;''keV''; 1&#x0020;m=1&#x0020;meV. (after Reeves ''et al.'', 1975, 54.)
 
<b>Electromagnetic spectrum</b>. Designation of portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. The blackened areas in the right-hand graph show attenuation caused by atmospheric absorption. The window in the absorption spectrum at ''V'' is visible light and window ''T'' is the thermal infrared window. In terms of energy, 10<sup>&#x2013;6</sup>&#x0020;m wavelength=1&#x0020;''eV''; 10<sup>&#x2013;12</sup>&#x0020;m=1&#x0020;''keV''; 1&#x0020;m=1&#x0020;meV. (after Reeves ''et al.'', 1975, 54.)
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FIG. E-11. Electromagnetic spectrum. Designation of portions of the electromagnetic spectrum. The blackened areas in the right-hand graph show attenuation caused by atmospheric absorption. The window in the absorption spectrum at V is visible light and window T is the thermal infrared window. In terms of energy, 10–6 m wavelength=1 eV; 10–12 m=1 keV; 1 m=1 meV. (after Reeves et al., 1975, 54.)