Wavelength of Lights
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Wavelengths of lights, including X-rays, can be calculated by,

                  Wavelengths of X-ray ----------------------------------------------- [4673]

where E is in eV. The emission energies of K-level, L-level, and M-level lines are shown on Table 4675.

Figure 4673a shows the wavelengths of gamma ray, x-ray, ultraviolet, visible light, near infrared, far infrared, microwave, radio, and incident electrons in electron microscopes.

wavelengths of gamma ray, x-ray, ultraviolet, visible light, near infrared, far infrared, microwave, radio, and incident electrons in electron microscopes

Figure 4673a. Various wavelengths of lights, microwave, radio, and incident electrons in EMs.

Figure 4673b lists the wavelengths of various lasers.

Wavelengths of various lasers

Figure 4673b. Wavelengths of various lasers.

 

 

 

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