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I am curious to know what is k in \(sin(kx-wt)\).name of k.

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K is the wave number or better said as :

\(k=\dfrac{2\pi}{\lambda}\)

Where \(\lambda\) is the wavelength of the wave.

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Then what is \(frac{1}{lambda}\) in Rydberg formula .are they both same pronounced

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@Ronak Agarwal – Now I understood ,thanks for the link phenom

\(k\) in \(\sin(kx-wt)\) is called the \(wave\) \(number\) in physics.

@Deepanshu Gupta @Ronak Agarwal plz help

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TopNewestK is the wave number or better said as :

\(k=\dfrac{2\pi}{\lambda}\)

Where \(\lambda\) is the wavelength of the wave.

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Then what is \(frac{1}{lambda}\) in Rydberg formula .are they both same pronounced

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Check this Article

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\(k\) in \(\sin(kx-wt)\) is called the \(wave\) \(number\) in physics.

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@Deepanshu Gupta @Ronak Agarwal plz help

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