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(Name:Arshi Imtiaz)
What wavelength of electromagnetic radiation corresponds to a frequency of 1.20 x 10
14
s
1
?
4.00 x 10
05
meters
2.65 x 10
28
meters
2.33 x 10
06
meters (Randomly Generated Answer)
2.66 x 10
06
meters (Randomly Generated Answer)
2.50 x 10
06
meters
2.69 x 10
06
meters (Randomly Generated Answer)
Question 2
(Name:Arshi Imtiaz)
FM radio stations broadcast at frequencies between 88 MHz and 108 MHz. For a station
broadcasting at 98.9 MHz, what is the energy of this radiowave? (Note that 1 MHz = 10
6
s
1
)
6.55 x 10
32
Joules
7.10 x 10
26
Joules (Randomly Generated Answer)
6.55 x 10
26
Joules
6.01 x 10
26
Joules (Randomly Generated Answer)
5.97 x 10
26
Joules (Randomly Generated Answer)
7.17 x 10
26
Joules (Randomly Generated Answer)
Question 3
(Name:Arshi Imtiaz)
Which of the following EM radiation has the
highest
frequency?
Ultraviolet
Yellow
Violet
Green
Blue
Red
Question 4
(Name:Arshi Imtiaz)
What is the wavelength, in meters, of light emitted from the hydrogen atom when the
electron undergoes a transition from energy level n = 4 to energy level n = 2.
3.39 x 10
07
m (Randomly Generated Answer)
2.85 x 10
07
m (Randomly Generated Answer)
2.89 x 10
07
m (Randomly Generated Answer)
2.67 x 10
07
m (Randomly Generated Answer)
4.87 x 10
07
m
5.79 x 10
07
m (Randomly Generated Answer)
Question 5
(Name:Arshi Imtiaz)
What was Fred Carlton “Carl” Lewis’ wavelength as he jumped 28’0.25” to gold in the
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 Chemistry

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