In an electromagnetic wave, as the frequency of the wave becomes greater, what becomes shorter?
The wavelength.
The velocity.
The spring constant.
The node.
Detailed Explanation
In wave physics, l = v/f, where l is the wavelength and f is the frequency. As a result, as frequency increases, the wavelength must decrease if the velocity stays the same (which it does, because velocity is an independent property in this equation).
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