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I feel like this is a pretty simple question but I can't seem to find it in my notes. So there's a minimum length of a wavelength that's considered to small to be measured but is there a maximum? If so does anyone know what it is?
In class he said the minimum was 10 to the negative 18 and I do not think there is a maximum. He said when it gets so small it is just continuous and you cannot measure the wave length, I am sure this applies at some point when it gets too large but I do not think he mentioned this in lecture.
Most likely there is not a maximum for the length of a wavelength. We most likely will not have to deal with this as it is probably outside the scope of which this class teaches as it was not mentioned in lecture.
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