58 ratings (3.569 average)
What's new in this version (1.0):
*Adds unit conversion to all supported units
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Shows what color light will appear based on its wavelength in nm (nanometers) or its frequency, or energy in Hertz, Joules, eV or its wavenumber. Also provides quick unit conversion to all these different units. For any wavelength of light, it will also tell you, roughly, what part of spectrum it is in: UV, IR, Visible, x-ray, gamma-ray, radio etc.
Great for High School, AP, College or University Chemistry, Physics or Biology. Spectroscopist's best mobile tool for laser or incoherent spectroscopy!
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Last comments from Android Market
Fun to play around with
Stupid and dosent make sense
Would have been better if it include eV to nm conversion... should use black color for uv & ir as they not in visible range
I found hard to use
Craig U (****)
Has potential. Kind of handy for working with lasers. A DPSS or "greenie" is 532nm... Helium-neon is 632... Diode is 650 to 670... Try ' em to see.
I love this app!
I dont get how to do this, maybe im not a science fan
It's crap dnt bother wiv it
Jst a wast of time dont need it