nonthermal radiation

nonthermal radiation

[′nän‚thər·məl ‚rād·ē′ā·shən]
(physics)
Electromagnetic radiation emitted by accelerated charged particles that are not in thermal equilibrium; aurora light and fluorescent-lamp light are examples.
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Niemi, who lives near the Chase Road tower site, attended the public hearing and expressed his concerns of the possible harmful effects of nonthermal radiation emitted by the antennas.