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A thermogram identifies the warm and cool parts of an object by using

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Victoria Fowler on April 19, 2018

A thermogram is a representation of infrared, electromagnetic waves, better known as heat waves. So the correct answer is infrared, electromagnetic waves, or infrared waves.Explanation:The thermogram is associated with an infrared camera creates an image by changing effulgent heat in a symbol that is displayed on a monitor (and later printed). The infrared energy emitted from the associated object is directly proportional to its temperature. Thus it can be used for temperatures that are accurately measured by the infrared camera.

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