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-- longest wavelength

-- lowest frequency

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Longest wavelength. APEX :)

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weakest positive energy

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What causes the emission of radiant energy?Well radiant energy's definition is the movement of photons. So in conclusion i would say kinetic energy cause radiant energy.


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How many photons are contained in a burst of yellow light 589nm from a sodium lamp that contains 609 kj of energy?

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A low energy electromagnetic wave would also have?

the lowest frequency Lester was here


Which color has the least amount of energy per photon?

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What is the term for the small packets of energy emitted from light?

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How can you can increase or decrease the energy possessed by electrons?

Electrons can absorb photons and gain energy, and they can emit photons and lose energy.


What is a high -energy photons emited by a radioisotope?

Gamma radiation is high-energy photons emitted by a radioisotope.


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Is photon a particle or energy?

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