The wavelength (in nanometers) of radiation that has an energy content of and the region of this radiation in the electromagnetic spectrum should be calculated using the relation between speed, wavelength and frequency of a wave and Planck’s quantum theory.
A wave is a disturbance or variation that travels through a medium transporting energy without transporting matter. The wavelength is defined as the distance between the two similar points on consecutive waves. The frequency is defined as the number of waves which move through any particular point in one second.
The speed, wavelength and frequency of a wave are interrelated by where are mentioned in meters () and reciprocal seconds ().
Planck’s quantum theory
To find: Calculate the wavelength (in nanometers) of radiation that has an energy content of and the corresponding region in the electromagnetic spectrum