# What is the frequency of radiation of wave length 600nm

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by rania

2015-07-04T23:54:39+05:30

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frequency = velocity of light / wave length
wave length = 600 nm = 600×10 power -9 m
velocity of light = 3 × 10 power 8 m/s
therefore,
frequency = 3×10 power 8 / 600×10 power -9
= 3×10 power 8 ×10 power 9 / 600
= 3× 10 power 17 / 6 × 10²
= 3× 10 power 15 / 6
= 10× 10 power 14 / 2
= 5× 10 power 14  Hz
therefore frequency = 5× 10 power 14  Hz
2015-07-04T23:59:35+05:30

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Given: Wavelength of light, λ = 600 nm,
Velocity of light, c = 3 × 10^8 m/s,
The frequency is given by f = cλ
= 3×10^8/600×10^−9
= 5x 10 ^14 Hz...