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What is the frequency of a photon of blue light, if it has a wavelength of 440 nm?

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L= V / F.
300m/uS / F = 440*10^-9 m.
440*10^-9F = 300.
F = 300 / 440*10^-9 = 0.6818*10^9 =
6.818*10^8 Mhz

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