A certain shade of blue has a frequency of 7.11×10^14 Hz. What is the energy of exactly one photon of…?

this light?

If someone could work this out and show me how to do this, I would be soooo grateful.

2 Answers

  • E = hf, where h is planck's constant, 6.63×10−34 J·s. This calculation is for one photon.

    E = 4.71 * 10^ -19 J.

  • Hello, please pay attention in your class. There is no trick to this question. E = hf, if your teacher is asking this question, they probably have given you this equation.

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