Subject: Does matter have a common frequency?
Date: Sun Feb 17 17:21:30 2002
Posted by Isaac
Grade level: grad (science)
School: Northstar Institute
City: Madison Heights State/Province: Michigan
Country: United States
Area of science: Physics
You can look on a chart and see the frequencies of various forms of
electromagnetic radiation, such as the 208-400 nanometers of ultraviolet
radiation, but does matter have 'frequencies'? Would it be possible to, for
instance, find a 'frequency' of iron, concrete, water, etc?
Re: Does matter have a common frequency?
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