Processes in which some form of electromagnetic radiation, e.g. radio waves, light waves, electrical energy, etc., is given off or absorbed by something else.
||ElectricTransmission||The movement of a electric potential (modeled as a Substance) from one point to another necessarily through a conductive medium (although the degree of conductivity may be quite low, as in Lightning through Air).|
| ||Magnetism||Any instance of RadiatingElectromagnetic which involves the attraction of Iron.|
| ||RadiatingInfrared||Any instance of Radiating where the wavelengths are longer than those of visible light and shorter than those of radio emissions.|
| ||RadiatingLight||The subclass of Radiating in which light is given off or absorbed. Some examples include blinking, flashing, and glittering.|
| ||RadiatingUltraviolet||Any case of RadiatingElectromagnetic where the wavelengths are shorter than those of visible light and longer than those of X-Rays.|
| ||RadiatingXRay||A form of RadiatingElectromagnetic with wavelength ranging from 0.01 to 10 Nanometers, corresponding to frequencies in the range 30 petahertz to 30 exahertz and energies in the range 100 eV to 100 keV.|
| ||RadioEmission||Any instance of RadiatingElectromagnetic where the waves have a wavelength between 5 milimeters and 30,000 meters.|