Week 11 Notes
Week 11 Notes CHEM 120
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Date Created: 11/06/15
Chem 120 notes Week 11 Chapter 7 Waves The symbol for wavelength is the Greek letter lambda The shorter the wavelength the greater the energy Hertz is a measure of frequency Hertz is in units of 1second If something has a frequency of 100000 hertz that means that 100000 wavelengths pass through a point in one second The speed of a wave is the wavelength multiplied by the frequency The speed of light in a vacuum is 3 108 ms A electromagnetic radiation has this speed For any light wave the wavelength multiplied by the frequency is equal to this constant One Angstrom is equal to 103910 meters The energy of a light wave is equal to Planck s constant multiplied by frequency A spectrum is a plot of intensity versus wavelength
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