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Wavelength, Frequency, and Energy Practice Problems
1. A certain violet light has a wavelength of 413 nm1. A certain violet light has a wavelength of 413 nm. What is the frequency of this light?
2. What is the wavelength of radiation whose frequency is 12. What is the wavelength of radiation whose frequency is 1.50 x 1013 Hz?
3. How much energy is associated with a photon in the microwave region of the spectrum with a frequency of 6.6 x 1012 Hz?
4. A hydrogen lamp emits several lines in the visible region of the spectrum. One of these lines has a wavelength of 6.56 x 10-5 cm. What is the energy of this radiation?
5. A very bright line in the bright-line spectrum of sodium has a wavelength of 590 nm. What is the speed of this wave?
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