Photons and E=hv

$E=hv$

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haleyervin7
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Photons and E=hv

What is the relationship between number of photons and energy in the equation E=hv? Do you multiply E by number of photons?

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Re: Photons and E=hv

E=hv is used for energy of 1 photon. If you wanted to find the energy of a mol of photons, then you would multiply by Avogadro's Number.

Gabriela Aguilar 4H
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Re: Photons and E=hv

E=hv is the same as Energy(photon) = to hv, in other words, it is proportionate to the frequency.

Charles Gu 1D
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Re: Photons and E=hv

You have to multiply it by Avogadro's number which is 6.022 x 10^23. This will give you the number of photons

Tony Chung 2I
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Re: Photons and E=hv

E gives the energy of one photon, v is frequency, and h is planck's constant.

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Re: Photons and E=hv

E is the energy of one photon, v is frequency, and h is plank's constant

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