Armani Stuart

2023-02-24

What is the wavelength of light (nm) that has a frequency $4.62×{10}^{14}{s}^{-1}$?
A. $932$
B. $649$
C. $1.54×{10}^{-3}$
D. $1.07×{10}^{6}$

### Answer & Explanation

Magdalena Simpson

The wavelength (λ) and frequency (ν) relates electromagnetic wave to the equation c = λ.ν, whereby, $\lambda =\frac{3.0×{10}^{8}}{4.62×{10}^{14}}=0.649×{10}^{-6}m=649nm$

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