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    Hi, I'm on the Edexcel exam board doing Physics and was wondering what the range of wavelengths were for each type of electromagnetic radiation according to Edexcel as many resources give me different answers.
    Thanks!
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    Is this A-level or GCSE? Nano = x 10^-9
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
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    AS Level, Unit 2 Physics, there is often a question that gives you a wavelength or frequency and you have to say which type of e.m. radiation that wavelength or frequency corresponds to, it's only worth one mark however and you can normally guess by the context of the question which type it is. This paper is a retake : / XD
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    Just realised microwaves aren't on that diagram either XD
    Don't worry about it I'm sure I'll be fine, I can just make an estimated guess.
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    (Original post by Matt Howard)
    Just realised microwaves aren't on that diagram either XD
    Don't worry about it I'm sure I'll be fine, I can just make an estimated guess.
    Seems like you got it m8, good luck
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    Seems like you got it m8, good luck
    Thanks!
 
 
 
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