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electromagnetic radiation is a form of enerhy that exhibits wavelike behavior as thi travels through space.
wavelength is the shortest distance between equivalent points on a continous wave.
frequency number of waves that pass a given point per second.
amplitude the waves height from the origin to hte crest.
electromagnetic spectrum encompasses all forms of electomagnetic radiation.
quantum minimum amout of enery that can be gained of lost by an atom.
Planck's constant value of 6.626x10(-34)j.s.
photoelectric effect electruns called photoelectrons are intilted from a metal surface when light of a certain frequency shines on the surface.
photon a pattical of electromagnetic radiation with no mass that carries a quantom of energy.
atomic emission spectrum the set of frequencies of the electromagnetic waves entitled by atoms of the element.
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