Emigraph vs microwave electromagnetic radiation

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The Emigraph graphene composite blocks electromagnetic radiation from microwaves
Looking for a solution to protect against electromagnetic radiation? Emigraph’s graphene composite technology is the answer. Learn how it works and why it’s the best choice for EMI protection on our latest video titled “Emigraph vs Microwave – See how the advanced graphene composite blocks electromagnetic radiation”.

Discover the power of Emigraph on one simple video

Attention, graphene tech enthusiasts! We’ve got an electrifying treat for you on this YouTube video🎥🌟. It’s an experiment that will surprise you.

In this fascinating experiment, we bring together a regular microwave oven, Emigraph composite and a portable meter to measure the electromagnetic field. We’ll show you how composites produced by nanoEMI can effectively block that electromagnetic field.

In this case, we’re gonna show you how composites produced by nanoEMI can block away that electromagnetic field. The magnitude of the microwave electromagnetic field starts at a whopping 16 to 19 milliwatts per square meter. That’s some serious values!  The safety limit is a mere one milliwatt per square meter. Time to take some action and turn down the wave party! 💪📉

Emigraph is a advanced composite that puts the smackdown on electromagnetic radiation across a crazy wide range of frequencies. It’s like having a forcefield against waves!

We’ve developed proprietary technology that allows us to achieve very efficient shielding of electromagnetic radiation.

With Emigraph, most of the radiation impinging on the blocker or enclosure of a device made from our material gets dumped, providing unparalleled protection. With Emigraph, the magnitude of the electromagnetic field gets reduced by 150 times! 🚀and providing unparalleled protection.

The Science Behind Emigraph and Microwave

Electromagnetic radiation is an invisible force that surrounds us, emitted by various electronic devices and wireless technologies. With the increasing prevalence of these technologies in our daily lives, concerns about the potential health risks associated with prolonged exposure to electromagnetic radiation have grown.

Emigraph Advanced Composite Sheet offers a revolutionary approach to tackle this issue. This advanced composite material is specially engineered to provide exceptional shielding against electromagnetic radiation. The sheet combines cutting-edge technologies and materials to create an effective barrier, reducing the penetration of electromagnetic waves.

This allows to dump most of the radiation impinging the blocker or enclosure of the device made from our material.

Electromagnetic radiation

Electromagnetic radiation refers to the energy that is propagated through space or a material medium in the form of electromagnetic waves. It consists of a combination of electric and magnetic fields oscillating perpendicular to each other and traveling through space.

Electromagnetic radiation encompasses a broad range of wavelengths and frequencies, known as the electromagnetic spectrum. The spectrum includes various types of radiation, such as radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma rays. These different types of radiation have different properties and interact with matter in distinct ways.

Types of Electromagnetic Radiation:

  1. Natural Sources:
    Sun: The Sun is a significant natural source of electromagnetic radiation, emitting a broad spectrum of radiation, including visible light, infrared, ultraviolet, and more.
    Stars: Like the Sun, stars emit electromagnetic radiation across the spectrum, with different types of stars emitting different amounts and types of radiation.
    Cosmic Events: Various cosmic events such as supernovae, gamma-ray bursts, and pulsars release intense bursts of electromagnetic radiation across different wavelengths.
  2. Human-Made Sources:
    Electronic Devices: Many electronic devices, such as cell phones, televisions, computers, and Wi-Fi routers, emit electromagnetic radiation, typically in the form of radio waves and microwaves.
    Communication Systems: Wireless communication systems, including radio and television broadcasting, satellite communication, and cellular networks, rely on the transmission of electromagnetic radiation for signal propagation.
    Medical Equipment: Medical devices like X-ray machines, MRI scanners, and radiation therapy equipment use electromagnetic radiation to diagnose and treat medical conditions.

It's important to note that while electromagnetic radiation is essential for numerous technological advancements and natural processes, certain forms, such as high-energy gamma rays or prolonged exposure to certain frequencies, can pose health risks and require appropriate safety measures.

The behavior and characteristics of electromagnetic radiation depend on its wavelength or frequency. For example, radio waves have long wavelengths and low frequencies, while gamma rays have short wavelengths and high frequencies. The energy carried by electromagnetic radiation increases as the frequency (or equivalently, the photon energy) increases.

Electromagnetic radiation plays a crucial role in various fields, including communication, technology, astronomy, medicine, and energy. For instance, radio waves are used for wireless communication, microwaves are used in cooking and radar systems, visible light enables us to see, and X-rays are utilized in medical imaging.

How graphene composite blocks electromagnetic radiation?

Graphene composite effectively blocks electromagnetic radiation through a combination of its unique properties and structural design. Graphene, a single layer of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal lattice, exhibits exceptional conductivity and strength. When integrated into a composite material, such as Emigraph, it enhances the material’s ability to shield against electromagnetic radiation.

The mechanism behind the blocking of electromagnetic radiation lies in the interaction between the graphene composite and the incoming waves. When electromagnetic waves encounter the composite, the conductive properties of graphene allow it to absorb and dissipate the energy of the waves. This absorption process prevents the waves from penetrating through the material and reaching sensitive components or living organisms.

Furthermore, the structure of the graphene composite plays a crucial role in its blocking capabilities. The arrangement of graphene layers, along with other reinforcing materials in the composite, creates a barrier that effectively reflects and scatters the electromagnetic waves. This scattering phenomenon reduces the intensity and penetration of the radiation, providing a protective shield against its harmful effects.

By combining the conductivity, strength, and structural design of graphene composite materials, such as Emigraph, the blocking of electromagnetic radiation is achieved. This breakthrough technology offers a reliable solution for EMI protection in various applications, ranging from consumer electronics to healthcare devices and beyond.

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