Give examples of the use of infrared and ultraviolet radiation.

The source of ultraviolet radiation is the valence electrons of atoms and molecules, as well as rapidly moving free charges.
Sources of X-ray radiation are electrons of the inner shells of atoms or molecules, changing their states, as well as rapidly moving free electrons.
The source of γ-radiation is atomic nuclei that change their energy state, as well as accelerated moving charged particles.
These types of spectrum are not visible to the human eye, in large doses they are dangerous for him.
They are actively used for space exploration, medicine, civil production, and in the creation of weapons.

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