As weather balloons rise from the earth’s surface, the pressure of the atmosphere becomes less, tending to cause the volume of the balloons to expand. However, the temperature is much lower in the upper atmosphere than at sea level. Would this temperature effect tend to make such a balloon expand or contract? Weather balloons do, in fact, expand as they rise?
What is the impact of decrease in temperature?
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The equations relating the terms are νλ = c, E = hν, and E = hc/λ. From the equations, wavelength and frequency are inversely related, photon energy ...
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