Problem: Use Planck's equation to determine the energy, in J/photon, of radiation of frequency 5.8 × 1015 s-1. A) 5.8 ×10-25 J B) 1.7 ×10-16 J C) 3.8 ×10-18 J D) 5.2 ×10-8 J E) 1.7 ×1024 J  

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Use Planck's equation to determine the energy, in J/photon, of radiation of frequency 5.8 × 1015 s-1.


A) 5.8 ×10-25 J
B) 1.7 ×10-16 J
C) 3.8 ×10-18 J
D) 5.2 ×10-8 J
E) 1.7 ×1024 J

 

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