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What is the frequency of X-rays of 10 nm wavelength?

6 x 10^16 Hz

3 x 10^16 Hz

3.00 Hz

6 x 10^8 Hz

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f=c/λ=3•10⁸/10⁸ =3Hz

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f=c/λ=3•10⁸/10⁻⁸ =3Hz

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