The frequency range of ultraviolet waves is between 7.5 x 10^14 and 3 x 10^16 Hertz. For this range, the corresponding ultraviolet light wavelengths are 400 to 10 nanometers. Ultraviolet light waves are below the visible... More »

The frequency of a sound wave determines what people hear as pitch. A higher frequency has a higher pitch, and a lower frequency is heard as a lower pitch. The frequencies that humans can hear range from 20 to 20,000 Her... More »

Radio waves range from 300 gigahertz (GHz), or a wavelength of 1 millimeter, to 3 kilohertz (kHz), which corresponds to a wavelength of 100 kilometers. Radio waves are the lowest frequency within the electromagnetic spec... More »

Ultrasonic waves are sound waves transmitted above the human-detectable frequency range, usually above 20,000 Hz. They are used by some animals and in medical or industrial technological devices. More »

All ultrasonic waves share the common property of being mechanical waves with a frequency higher than the upper limit of the human hearing range. The only difference in physical properties between ultrasonic and sub-ultr... More »

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The fundamental frequency of a closed tube that is 35 centimetres long is approximately 246.4 Hertz, assuming sound is traveling at 345 metres per second. The formula for obtaining this number is f(1)=nv/4L. More »

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In the study of waves, frequency and period are related because each is an inversion of the other. Frequency is a measure of cycles per second, while period is a measure of seconds per cycle. More »