What Unit Is Wavelength Measured in?

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The Unit in which light wavelengths are measured is the Angstrom. One Angstrom is defined to be 10^ {-10} meters since wave wavelengths are very tiny. In the radio part of the spectrum, one can calculate the wavelengths with a ruler or a yardstick.
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The SI unit is meter. But nanometer and angstrom are commonly used units to measure the wavelength of light.
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length is measured in meters. Even wavelengths are measured in meters. Given that a lot of electromagnetic waves are small it is useful to use the prefixes: centimeters millimeters
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how to measure light wavelength: A Spectrometer. See the related link for more information.
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