Which of the following are not electromagnetic waves? - Physics

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Which of the following are not electromagnetic waves?

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  • Cosmic ray

  • Gamma ray

  • B – rays

  • X – rays

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Solution

Cosmic ray

Explanation:

There are no electromagnetic waves in cosmic rays.

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