the heat in the sunlight is due to what..........?????????
Asked by shalaka karvande | 10th Sep, 2010, 12:00: AM
The heat in the sunlight is due to the Infrared radiations contained in the sunlight.
The sunlight consist of a spectrum of radiations at different wavelengths. These include the visible radiations, the infrared radiations and the ultraviolet radiations. The infrared (wavelength range :700 nm to 106 nm) part of the spectrum is mainly responsible for heating up the things it comes in contact with.
Answered by | 11th Sep, 2010, 02:53: AM
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