The Energy Associated with Light of Which of the Following Colours is Minimum : - Physics (Theory)

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The energy associated with light of which of the following colours is minimum : 

Options

  • violet

  • red

  •  green 

  • yellow

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Solution

Red 

`therefore`  Minimum energy is associated with red. 

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