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The intensity of a source of light is the number of protons that come from the source. This is different from the energy of the light wave, which is dependent on the frequency of the wave, hence the equation: E=hv.
The intensity of a light source can be determined by looking at the amplitude of the wave, whereas the energy of the light wave can be determined using the equation E = h*v (E is energy in Joules, h is Planck's constant, and v is velocity of the wave).
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