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radium-266 may emit a photon of light with a frequency of 4.5x 10^19 s^-1 when it undergoes nuclear fission. what is the wavelength in pm of this photon?

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    c = frequency x wavelength.
    Solve for wavelength in meters.
    Convert to pm. 10^12 pm = 1m

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    thank you

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