What is the wavelength of sunlight?

im doing a bio eei and i cant any info on what the wavelengths of different lights are. the lights are sunlight, fluro, the dark and a grow light my school has called a gro-lux. any help would be greatly appreciated. please include links of sites or author names or something as i have to reference my information. thanks 🙂

3 Answers

  • The sun emits a lot of different types of wavelength. According to Boltzman’s laws, the hotter a body is, the more variety of different wavelengths are emitted from that body. I think the sunlight that you’re referring to is the visible light that we see. That would be around 300 to 700 nanometers.

  • Wavelength Of Sunlight

  • SunLight:

    wavelength of 400 to 760 nm (109 meters).

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