Frequency of Red Light?


The frequency for red light varies slightly with the output and wave length. On average, the frequency is 4 x 1014 hz. You can find the frequency of a color of light by using a specific formula.
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460 THz.
We see the frequency of visible light as different colors ranging from red which is 430 trillion Hertz, or Hz, to violet at 750 trillion Hz.
Traffic lights are set by the city based on the amount of traffic at any given
it ranges from 3.84x10^14 Hertz and 4.82x10^14 Hertz. When you go a little higher it's orange, and lower starts to bring you into the infrared region which is undetectable to the
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