natural wavelength

natural wavelength

[′nach·rəl ′wāv‚leŋkth]
(electromagnetism)
Wavelength corresponding to the natural frequency of an antenna or circuit.
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Finally, the set of natural frequencies corresponds to an isomorphic set of natural wavelengths (c being the speed of light in vacuum),
so that chain systems of harmonic quantum oscillators generate discrete exponential series of natural wavelengths:
Ideally, the RGB and narrowband image layers should have assigned colors that closely represent their natural wavelengths. Red's central wavelength is 640 nm, green540 nm, and blue 440 nm.