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Might be referring to: description: Wavelength is the distance from one crest to another, or from one trough to another, of a wave (which may be an electromagnetic wave, a sound wave, or any other wave). ... This means the longer the wavelength, lower the frequency. In the same manner, shorter the wavelength, higher will be the frequency..

  

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... you should select the 'fixed wavelength mode'. In excitation scan mode... you select the wavelength which gives the maximum absorbance... as your excitation wavelength. In emission scan mode you... select the wavelength that gives the maximum absorbance ...as your emission wavelength. So the two best wavelengths ...
Published on 2021-04-05 in the Microplate Reader forum
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... of interest starts from the wavelength corresponding to its energy gap... Planck consatnt, and lambda the wavelength of the incident radiation and ...ends with the shortest possible wavelength absorbed. The optical absorbance of ... a light with a specific wavelength and see its response by ...
Published on 2021-04-28 in the Perovskite Solar Cells forum
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... of interest starts from the wavelength corresponding to its energy gap... Planck consatnt, and lambda the wavelength of the incident radiation and ...ends with the shortest possible wavelength absorbed. The optical absorbance of ... a light with a specific wavelength and see its response by ...
Published on 2021-04-28 in the Perovskite Solar Cells forum
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Absorption peaks of most photoinitiators are below 400nm. So why do most DLP 3D-printing machince use 405 nm wavelength?
Published on 2021-03-26 in the 3D Printing forum
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Absorption peaks of most photoinitiators are below 400nm. So why do most DLP 3D-printing machince use 405 nm wavelength?
Published on 2021-03-26 in the 3D Printing forum
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... the reflection 4) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light in... the glass 8) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light inside... the water 11) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light inside...
Published on 2021-04-19 in the Science and Mathematics forum
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... the reflection 4) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light in... the glass 8) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light inside... the water 11) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light inside...
Published on 2021-04-19 in the Science and Mathematics forum
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... pathologic process.... Example of irdye800CW wavelength where novice observation that blocking... Fluobeam 800 excites with a wavelength of 780 nm and employs... consistent exposure time and both wavelength channels were processed with the...
Published on 2021-04-11 in the NAVB forum
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... pathologic process.... Example of irdye800CW wavelength where novice observation that blocking... Fluobeam 800 excites with a wavelength of 780 nm and employs... consistent exposure time and both wavelength channels were processed with the...
Published on 2021-04-11 in the NAVB forum
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... the reflection 4) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light in... the glass 8) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light inside... the water 11) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light inside...
Published on 2021-04-19 in the Science and Mathematics forum
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... the reflection 4) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light in... the glass 8) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light inside... the water 11) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light inside...
Published on 2021-04-19 in the Science and Mathematics forum
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A quantum system has three energy levels, so three wavelengths appear in its emission spectrum. The shortest observed wavelength is 278 nm ; light with a 434 nm wavelength is also observed. What is the third wavelength?
Published on 2021-03-16 in the Science & Mathematics forum
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A quantum system has three energy levels, so three wavelengths appear in its emission spectrum. The shortest observed wavelength is 278 nm ; light with a 434 nm wavelength is also observed. What is the third wavelength?
Published on 2021-03-16 in the Science & Mathematics forum
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A quantum system has three energy levels, so three wavelengths appear in its emission spectrum. The shortest observed wavelength is 278 nm ; light with a 434 nm wavelength is also observed. What is the third wavelength?
Published on 2021-03-16 in the Science and Mathematics forum
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A quantum system has three energy levels, so three wavelengths appear in its emission spectrum. The shortest observed wavelength is 278 nm ; light with a 434 nm wavelength is also observed. What is the third wavelength?
Published on 2021-03-16 in the Science and Mathematics forum
This discussion is in English.
... the reflection 4) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light in... the glass 8) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light inside... the water 11) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light inside...
Published on 2021-04-19 in the Science & Mathematics forum
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... the reflection 4) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light in... the glass 8) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light inside... the water 11) Calculate de wavelength λ3 of the light inside...
Published on 2021-04-19 in the Science & Mathematics forum
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X rays with a wavelength of 0.21 nm undergo first-order diffraction from a crystal at a 52 ∘ angle of incidence. At what angle does first-order diffraction occur for x rays with a wavelength of 0.14 nm? Express your answer in degrees.
Published on 2021-03-17 in the Science and Mathematics forum
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X rays with a wavelength of 0.21 nm undergo first-order diffraction from a crystal at a 52 ∘ angle of incidence. At what angle does first-order diffraction occur for x rays with a wavelength of 0.14 nm? Express your answer in degrees.
Published on 2021-03-17 in the Science and Mathematics forum
This discussion is in English.