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Hello guys.

 

I have a problem that i cannot solve for some reason.

 

I have a transparent optical enviroment with refractive index = 1,2. Light falls on this enviroment with frequency f = 5 . 1e+14 Hz. Also the speed of light is c = 3 . 1e+8 m/s

How do I calculate the wavelenght from this?

 

Thank you for your help :-)

Guest May 20, 2017
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Wavelength =Speed of light / Frequency

W =3E8 / 5E14

W =0.0000006 =6E-7 meters - the wavelength of the radiation in the optical environment,

Guest May 21, 2017

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