The up-and-down movement of electrons in the wire of a transmitting antenna produces waves. a. electromagnetic c. sound b. Visible light d. television

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The up-and-down movement of electrons in the wire of a transmitting antenna produces waves. a. electromagnetic c. sound b. Visible light d. television
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Answered 2022-07-24 Author has 12 answers
Sound waves in air are created due to successive pressure variations.
Since no light distortions are present around antennas, antennas do not emit visible light.
The movement of electron produces electromagnetic waves.
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