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Electromagnetic Spectrum

Discussion in 'DAT Discussions' started by skyisblue, Apr 17, 2007.

  1. skyisblue

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    Should I remember the order of the wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum?
     
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    no...general is fine enough
     
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    Yes...it would be best to know all of them...and definitely the sequence for visible light. Relationship between frequency/wavelength/energy is a must...

    When in doubt....comprehend...then commit to memory.
     
  5. skyisblue

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    I know the sequence of visible light, but how about the other wavelengths outside of the visible spectrum?
     
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    Knowing that of the visible light should suffice. The rest, if ever needed will be provided, which will most likely be outside the scope of ADA's syllabus.
     

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