To Which Part of the Electromagnetic Spectrum Does a Wave of Frequency Belong? - Physics

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To which part of the electromagnetic spectrum does a wave of frequency 5 × 1019 Hz belong?

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The frequency 5×1019 Hz belongs to the gamma region of the electromagnetic spectrum.

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