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Radio waves, light and X-rays, electromagnetic waves

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    What is you question? Do you want definitions? Try using google.com and search with the subject or
    "definition of___"

    One of the many sites you will find is:
    http://www.thefreedictionary.com/electromagnetic+wave

    The first three things you mentioned are different types of electromagnetic waves.

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