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1. UV light {ultraviolet light) is known to damage skin more than visible light. Consider UV light with ituv=lT7 n1 and visible light with 1v15= 600
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UV light (ultraviolet light) is known to damage skin more than visible light. Consider UV light 

with lUV=10-7 m and visible light with lVIS= 600 nm. 

a. Which do you expect to have greater energy and why?

b. Calculate the energy of each (in Joules) and show your work. Write units throughout and give 

your answers with 2 significant figures. 

c. Do their relative energies match your expectations?

d. Use this to explain why your front windshield prevents you from getting sunburned677F969F-D2BA-434C-BAE6-5036BE2532C7.jpeg

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1. UV light {ultraviolet light) is known to damage skin more than visible light. Consider UV light with ituv=l£T7 n1 and visible light with 1v15= 600 run. a. Which do you expect to have greater energy and why? b. Calculate the energy of each (in Joules) and show your work. Write units throughout and give
your answers with 2 significant figures. c. Do their relative energies match your expectations? d. Use this to explain why your front windshield prevents you from getting sunburned. (Not all
side window in cars do this!)

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