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Wavelength and Frequency

Q. Amateur radio operators in the United States can transmit on several bands. One of those bands consists of radio waves with a wavelength near 160.m. Calculate the frequency of these radio waves. Round your answer to 3 significant digits.

Solved • Jun 29, 2019

Wavelength and Frequency

Q. Humans have three types of cone cells in their eyes, which are responsible for color vision. Each type absorbs a certain part of the visible spectrum. Suppose a particular cone cell absorbs light with a wavelength of 477 nm. Calculate the frequency of this light. Round your answer to 3 significant digits.

Solved • Jun 28, 2019

Wavelength and Frequency

Q. A few different types of electromagnetic radiation are listed in the table below. Complete the table by ordering these types of radiation by increasing frequency, wavelength, and energy per photon. For example, select "1" in the second column for the type of radiation with the lowest frequency, "2" for the type of radiation with the next higher frequency, and so forth. type of radiation radio waves, infrared radiation, red light, gamma rays order of frequency order of wavelength order of energy

Solved • Jun 28, 2019

Wavelength and Frequency

Q. What is the wavelength of the radio waves from WOXY, 97.7 MHz?

Solved • Jun 27, 2019

Wavelength and Frequency

Q. Calculate the wavelength of a wave with frequency of 4.42 x 1018 cycles/s. Speed of light = 2.998 x 108 m/s.

Solved • Jun 1, 2019

Wavelength and Frequency

Q. An 18.36g sample of hydrogen cyanide gas (C=1.328 J/gC) is at STP in a 5.00L expandable container.

Solved • May 14, 2019

Wavelength and Frequency

Q. An electron volt (eV) is a unit commonly used to measure light energy. Given that 1 eV=1.602*10^-19J, how many photon with a wavelength of 37.0 angstroms will possess the equivalent of 6.53*10^8 eV?

Solved • May 7, 2019