Infrared waves are categorized as electromagnetic waves. These waves are composed of two fields that are electric and magnetic fields. These fields are perpendicular to each other and also perpendicular to the propagation of the waves. The wavelength of the infrared waves is longer than visible light. The energy of the infrared waves is less than red light, so they are called infrared waves. The frequency of these rays is less than red light because their wavelength is greater than red rays.
Infrared waves are electromagnetic waves that have a smaller wavelength than microwaves but a larger wavelength than that of visible light
Infared waves are part of the electromagnetic spectrum and can be use in thermal imaging
Infared waves is electromagnetic waves with wavelengths between about one thosandth of a meter and 680 billionths of a meter