anonymous
  • anonymous
As the wavelength increases, the frequency? A. decreases and energy decreases B. increases and energy increases C. decreases and energy increases D. increases and energy deceases
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A.
anonymous
  • anonymous
There is invers relation between wavelength and the frequency. And it is mean that as the wave get longer the frequency get lower, and as the energy is directy proportioned to the frequency it decreases too.
shamim
  • shamim
Use v=f*lamda Here v is a constant

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shamim
  • shamim
v=velocity of wave f=frequency of wave Lamda=wavelength
shamim
  • shamim
So f is inversely proportional to lamda
shamim
  • shamim
Again E=h*f
shamim
  • shamim
E=energy
shamim
  • shamim
So E is proportional to f
shamim
  • shamim
h=constant

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