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What is the wavelength of radiation that has a frequency of 6.912 × 10^14 s−1?

and does the s-1 make a difference?

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  • chemistry -

    The s-1 is the unit and it's read as
    6.912 X 10^14 per second.

    c = frequency x wavelength.
    You know c and frequency, calculate wavelength.

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