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Write the Following Radiations in Ascending Order with Respect to Their Frequencies: X-rays, Microwaves, Uv Rays and Radio Waves. - Physics

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Write the following radiations in ascending order with respect to their frequencies:

X-rays, microwaves, UV rays and radio waves.

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Solution

The given radiations can be arranged in ascending order with respect to their frequencies as:

Radio waves < Microwaves < UV rays < X-rays

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