What Is Electromagnetic Energy?

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Electromagnetic energy refers to the energy that comes from electromagnetic radiation. This radiation is composed of waves that move at the speed of light in a way that is suggestive of both waves and particles.
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This type of energy is basically the mixture of electric fields and magnetic fields combining together causing the flow of electricity to make things work. For example, when a light is plugged into a socket but not turned on, then only the electric field is there, but once turned on, the magnetic field is there causing the light to come on.
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