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In physics, electromagnetic radiation (EM radiation or EMR) refers to the waves (or their quanta, photons) of the electromagnetic field, propagating (radiating) through space, carrying electromagnetic radiant energy. A linearly polarized sinusoidal electromagnetic wave, propagating in the direction +z through a homogeneous, isotropic, dissipationless medium, such as vacuum.
The electric field (blue arrows) oscillates in the ±x-direction, and the orthogonal magnetic field (red arrows) oscillates in phase with the electric field, but in the ±y-direction.

Maxwell's equations
James Clerk Maxwell derived a wave form of the electric and magnetic equations, thus uncovering the wave-like nature of electric and magnetic fields and their symmetry.
Because the speed of EM waves predicted by the wave equation coincided with the measured speed of light, Maxwell concluded that light itself is an EM wave.
Maxwell's equations were confirmed by Heinrich Hertz through experiments with radio waves. Representation of the electric field vector of a wave of circularly polarized electromagnetic radiation.

 Electromagnetic wave, projection view Electromagnetic wave, front view Electromagnetic wave, side view Planck constant
The Planck's constant, is the quantum of electromagnetic action that relates a photon's energy to its frequency.
The Planck constant multiplied by a photon's frequency is equal to a photon's energy.
The Planck constant is a fundamental physical constant denoted as h, and of fundamental importance in quantum mechanics.

The Planck constant is defined to have the exact value h = 6.62607015*10-34

photon energy :

E = h * v = h * c / λ
where, v - photon frequency, c - speed of light, λ - photon wavelength  PHOTOELECTRIC EFFECT The photoelectric effect is the emission of electrons when electromagnetic radiation, such as light, hits a material. Electrons emitted in this manner are called photoelectrons. The phenomenon is studied in condensed matter physics, and solid state and quantum chemistry to draw inferences about the properties of atoms, molecules and solids. The effect has found use in electronic devices specialized for light detection and precisely timed electron emission.

 Standard model The emission of electrons from a metal plate caused by light quanta - photons. The experimental results disagree with classical electromagnetism, which predicts that continuous light waves transfer energy to electrons, which would then be emitted when they accumulate enough energy. use HIGGS MECHANISMFOR Gravitational singularity a gravitational singularity, spacetime singularity or simply singularity is a location in spacetime where the density and gravitational field of a celestial body is predicted to become infinite by general relativity in a way that does not depend on the coordinate system. Our model Photoeffect is the phenomenon of interaction of light or any other electromagnetic radiation with a substance, in which the energy of photons is transferred to the electrons of the substance. O S I R I S Press for swim..  R A 