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Microwave ovens emit radiation with an energy of 2.05x10^-24 J for every photon released. What is the wavelength in nm for tis energy?

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  1. E = hc/wavelength
    Plug in E in J, h is Planck's constant, c is speed of light in m/s. Answer for wavelength is in meters, change to nm.

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