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# What is a quantum of energy?

# How is the energy of a quantum of radiant energy related to its frequency?

A quantum of radiant energy, also known as a photon, is related to its frequency by E = hf where E is the energy, h is Planck's constant, and f is the frequency. The highe…r the frequency, the more energy per photon.

# How do you calculate energy per quantum?

E=hv where h is Planck's constant (6.62 X 10~27 erg -sec) and v is the frequency

# What is law of quantum energy and quantum mass?

In the universe energy, matter and go as per quantum. Energy is released in quantum of photon. Electron has a quantum mass. Proton has quantum mass. Both has a quantum charge.… Neutron has a quantum mass. Speed of light is a quantum. Big bang is a quantum event essentially occurring at particular mass. It takes a quantum energy for shifting of electrons from one shell to other. In photo-luminescence light energy is released in quantum.

# A quantum of energy as defined in the Quantum Mechanical Model is a?

exact, whole number amount of energy needed to move an electron to a higher energy level

# Who Developed the quantum theory of matter and energy?

No one person developed the Quantum Theory. It was mostly the work of Max Planck, who was the originator of the Quantum Theory, and Werner Heisenberg, who came up with the Unc…ertainty Principle. There were others who helped to, like Niels Bohr, Erwin Schrodinger, Wolfgang Pauli, and Max Born.

# Is X-rays radiation has the most energy per quantum?

Gamma rays have higher energy per quanta than anything else. This is a bit of a ruse because they just keep naming higher- and higher-energy Gamma rays. If there is some…thing else they would probably just call it a Super-Duper Gamma Ray.

# What is the energy in a quantum of radiation having wave length 5000?

here, energy E = hf where h = plank const, f = c*wavelenght c =3*10^8m/s h = 6.626*10^-34 then simplyfying got ans....

# What is the energy in a quantum of radiation having a wave length of 5000 A?

E = hv where that "v" is actually supposed to be the Greek letter nu, standing for frequency. So just convert the wavelength to frequency and multiply by Planck's constant and… you'll have your answer.

# Which electromagnetic radiation has the most energy per quantum?

The higher the frequency, the higher the energy per quantum. The energy per quantum is Planck's constant (traditionally represented by "h") multiplied by the frequency. At ver…y high energies these quanta behave more like highly energetic particles rather than waves, and are called gamma rays.

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# How is the energy of a quantum of emitted radiation related to the frequency of the radiation?

The energy of a quantum of emitted radiation related to the frequency of the radiation is directly proportional to the frequency. The proportionality constan…t is known as Planck's Constant. E = (h) x (frequency).

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# What are the quantum numbers for the highest energy electrons in Sn?

If you are talking about the ground state, then the quantum numbers for Tin are: n=5 l(lowercase L)=1 m-sub l = 0 m-sub s = 1/2 Learn about the relationshi…p between electron configuration (which you know based off the placement of the element in the periodic table) and quantum numbers if you seek an explanation for this.

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# What is quantum theory of energy?

In Planck's assumption, radiant energy is emitted in small bursts, known as "quanta". Each of the bursts called a "quantum" has energy E that depends on the frequency f of the… electromagnetic radiation by the equation: E=h*f (h=plank's constant)

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# Which quantum number is the main energy level of an atom indicated by?

the first one because it is closer to the nucleus. :)

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# How much energy does a quantum of light contain?

i assume you mean photon but I'm not 100% but "In physics, a photon is an elementary particle, the quantum of the electromagnetic interaction and the basic "unit" of light… and all other forms of electromagnetic radiation. It is also the force carrier for the electromagnetic force. The effects of this force are easily observable at both the microscopic and macroscopic level, because the photon has no rest mass; this allows for interactions at long distances. Like all elementary particles, photons are governed by quantum mechanics and will exhibit wave-particle duality -- they exhibit properties of both waves and particles. For example, a single photon may be refracted by a lens or exhibit wave interference, but also act as a particle giving a definite result when quantitative mass is measured." The Energy of a photon is given by E = hf where h is planck's constant and f is the frequency of the photon.