I am looking to receive help in regards to the following Chemistry (Regular) question: What is the frequency of light with a wavelength of 310 mm?
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To get the frequency you need this equation...
c=f*(wavelength) Normally the wavelength is written as the greek letter lambda and has the units of m. c is the speed of light in m/s and f is the frequency in Hertz (s^-1).
Wavelength must me in meters so we must change from mm to m. 310mm*(1m/1000mm)=.31m
Rearrange the equation by dividing both sides by wavelength.
f=967,741,935 Hz (a.k.a. s^-1)
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