What spectrum of light are the electromagnetic waves that are in a field created by electricity?

Glenn Hopkins 2022-07-21 Answered
What spectrum of light are the electromagnetic waves that are in a field created by electricity?
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Izabelle Frost
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This question is not clear - what you mean "e.m. waves that are in a field created by electricity"? A field around static electric charges contains no waves.
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