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Wavelength of Red Light

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The frequency of red light is 4.57 x 10^14 sec-1. Calculate its wavelength in nanometers.

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Frequency and Wavelength Calculations: Determine the wavelength of light when its frequency is known.

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The frequency of red light is 4.57 x 10^14 sec-1. Calculate its wavelength in ...

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The wavelength of red light are calculated in nanometers. The concept of frequency are given.

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