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That light has a dual nature is referring to light
Group of answer choices
acting as waves and particles.
undergoing pair production.
having energy and momentum.
having high- or low-energy photons.
Dual nature of light means that light shows both the two basic characteristics of particle,that is wave and particle.In some experiments light shows wave behaviour while particle in other.Particle nature of light was brought forward by Albert Einstein by photoelectric effect for which he received noble prize .While wave particle was depicted by Thomas in 1801.
That light has a dual nature is referring to light Group of answer choices acting as...
Polarization suggests that light has: a. transverse wave nature b. particle nature c. dual nature d. longitudinal wave nature
Exercise 9.108 Part A The particle nature of light was first proposed by Albert Einstein, who suggested that light could be described as a stream of particles called photons. A photon of wavelength has an energy (E) given by the following equation: E= hc/1, where E is the energy of the photon in J, h is Planck's constant (6.626 x 10–34 J·s), and c is the speed of light (3.00 x 108 m/s). Calculate the energy of 3mol of photons...
What type of molecular-level collisions result in products? Group of answer choices: A) High-energy collisions B) High-energy, high-temperature collisions C) None of the above D) Low-energy, directed collisions
1)In the U.S. a drug company’s patent remains in force for: Group of answer choices a)10 years. b)25 years. c)70 years. d)20 years. 2)When a natural monopoly exists in a given industry, the per-unit costs of production will be Group of answer choices a)lower for the smaller firms than for larger firms. b)lowest when there are a large number of producers in the industry. c)lowest when a single firm generates the entire output of the industry. d)minimized at the output...
1.. As the wavelength of light increases, the frequency of light Group of answer choices a. Stays the same b. increases c. decreases 2.. A typical AM radio station broadcasts at a frequency of 1070. MHz. What is the wavelength of the electromagnetic radiation generated by this radio station? 1 Hz = 1 s-1 1 MHz = 106 Hz Group of answer choices a. 3.21 x 10^11 m b. 2.804 X 10 ^5 m c. 0.2804 m 3.. Use this...
please do the full working everyone is just jumping to the answer im trying to understand the working please Light consists of photons: noninteracting quantum oscillator particles with an energy E-hv- e, where is their frequency, A is their wavelength, and c is their speed (ie the speed of light) The momentum of a photon, p has a special definition, because photons have no mass. We instead use the De Broglie identity p-. This means that we can relate the...
Only asking for accuracy. I'll make sure to leave a like :) 1. According to Planck's hypothesis, a. the energy of an incandescent body is quantized. b. the variable n can have any real number value. c. the frequency of vibration is inversely proportional to the energy. d. atoms constantly radiate electromagnetic waves when they vibrate. 6. Which of the following best describes the nature of light? a. Light has wave properties only. b. Light has particle properties only. c....
1. Which of the factors below DO NOT account for bond strength? Group of answer choices a. Difference in electronegativity b. Bond length 3. All 3 factors are important 4. bond order 2.. Which pair of bonded atoms has the highest bond dissociation energy? Group of answer choices a. F2(g) --> F(g) + F(g) b. N2(g) --> N(g) + N(g) c. O2(g) --> O(g) + O(g) 3.. Which bond is the strongest? Group of answer choices a. Si−Cl b. C−Cl...
Which of the following would encourage faster economic growth? Group of answer choices high and variable inflation low and variable inflation low and stable inflation high and stable inflation
The production possibility curve is bowed outward from the origin because of: Group of answer choices improper output mix. unemployment. the finite nature of the resource base. inefficiency. the law of increasing opportunity costs.