The frequency of gamma rays is 1,019 Hz.
Gamma Rays wavelength is 10 picometers.
Gamma rays are very helpful in the real world. They kill cancer cells without having to resort to difficult surgeries, and they sterilize food and medical equipment.
Negative Factors/Health Precautions:
Gamma rays are useful, but they can cause cell damage and can cause mutations in growing tissues.
Future Possibilities/Interesting Facts:
Gammas rays are the most energetic form of electromagnetic radiation. They can also penetrate through several centimeters of lead.
Location on the Spectrum:
Gamma rays are last on the electromagnetic spectrum having the shortest wavelength.