Q: How do you calculate theoretical frequency?

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Wavelength = (speed of the wave) divided by (frequency)

Amplitude doesn't depend on frequency or wavelength, so even if you know them, you have no way to calculate amplitude.

To find (wavelength): Divide (speed) by (frequency). To find (frequency): Divide (speed) by (wavelength).

Frequency (f)=Speed of the wave(v)/wavelength l

UV has a wavelenght of 400nm and less you can calculate the frequency with this formula V (frequency) = c (speed of light) / λ (wavelenght)

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c=frequency x wavelength

Wavelength = (speed of the wave) divided by (frequency)

You must first calculate the theoretical yield of your product using the balanced equation. The crude yield is divided by the theoretical yield and multiplied by 100.

There are several ways to calculate the frequency of light emitted or absorbed by different chemicals, and they depend on what you already know. For example, if you know the energy of the particle, then you can calculate frequency from E = planck's constant x frequency and solve for frequency. If you happen to know the wavelength, then you can use C = wavelength x frequency and solve for frequency (where C = speed of light).

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Amplitude doesn't depend on frequency or wavelength, so even if you know them, you have no way to calculate amplitude.

speed=frequency x wavelenth xD

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The theoretical yield is determinef by the study of the chemical reaction involved.

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