Conceptual Wavelength measurement


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Christian_Makar_2D
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Conceptual Wavelength measurement

Postby Christian_Makar_2D » Mon Oct 10, 2016 2:40 pm

What is the smallest detectable wavelength? I know for an electron the wavelength is 10^-12, are there any other wavelengths like 10^-15 that can be detected?

Garrett_Reynolds_1D
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Re: Conceptual Wavelength measurement

Postby Garrett_Reynolds_1D » Mon Oct 10, 2016 8:06 pm

If I am correct, the Planck Length is referred to as the smallest unit of measure in which one wavelength is measured to have of frequency of about 6.2x10^34 Hz.

Manasvi Paudel 1A
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Re: Conceptual Wavelength measurement

Postby Manasvi Paudel 1A » Fri Oct 20, 2017 4:44 pm

I believe that Plank's constant might be the limit.

Caitlin Mispagel 1D
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Re: Conceptual Wavelength measurement

Postby Caitlin Mispagel 1D » Fri Oct 20, 2017 11:23 pm

I vaguely remember Dr. Lavelle saying in class that if the wavelength was less than 10^-15 then we should consider it too small when he did the example with the wavelength of a baseball.


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