What is the frequency of blue light that has a wavelength of 450

nm? What is the frequency of red light that has a wavelength of 650

nm? What is the index of refraction of a material in which the

red-light wavelength is 450 nm?

Frequency of blue light = c/(lambda) =

3*10^(8)/450*10^(-9) = 6.67*10^(14) Hz

Frequency of red light = c/(lambda) =

3*10^(8)/650*10^(-9) = 4.617*10^(14) Hz

Index of Refraction = 1.001

Usually, when wavelengths are quoted, it’s the vacuum

wavelength. So, to answer your question, you will use nu*lambda = c

to get nu = c/lambda.

(a) nu = 3*10^8 m/s / (450nm) = 6.66*10^14 Hz

(b) nu = 3*10^8 m/s / (650nm) = 4.615*10^14 Hz

The index of refraction can therefore be written in terms of

wavelengths as:

where is the wavelength of the light in the

vacuum and is the wavelength of the light in the

medium.

n=(650nm)/(450nm)=1.44

1).

2).

3).Index of Refraction,

n = |
(2) |

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