The longer the wavelength, the less energy it carries.
Energy E and wavelength w are related by a constant ,Ew= hc = .2E-24 Joule -meter.
The shorter the wavelength, the higher the energy.
Wavelength of electromagnetic radiation is a form of energy.
Wavelength and frequency are inversely proportional.
Shorter = more energy
Speed of Light = Wavelength x Frequency
The product of wavelength and light energy is a constant, wE=hc =2E-25 Jm.
The shorter the wavelength the higher the energy.
It isn't. There is, however, a relationship between the wavelength, and the energy of an individual photon. The smaller, the wavelength, the larger will the frequency be - and therefore, also, the energy of a single photon.
A shorter wavelength means higher frequency at a given speed. A+
The smaller the wavelength , the larger is the frequency , and the more energetic is the radiation .
The greater the energy,the larger the frequency&the shorter (smaller) the wavelength.Given the relationship between wavelength&frequency - the higher the frequency,the shorter the wavelength-it follows that short wavelengths are more energetic than long wavelengths.
energy = Planck's constant x speed of light / wavelength
Frequency is inversely proportional to wavelength (higher frequency means a shorter wavelength). Frequency is directly proportional to the energy of the wave (higher frequencies correspond to higher energies).
The energy per photon is directly proportional to the frequency; the frequency is inversely proportional to the wavelength (since frequency x wavelength = speed of light, which is constant); thus, the energy per photon is inversely proportional to the wavelength.
Shorter wavelength, higher frequency radiation yields more energy per unit of time.
A high energy light will have a shorter wavelength than a low energy light. If the wavelength goes down, then the frequency goes up. When calculating energy in the equation, E=hv, frequency (v) is the variable, not the wavelength. So in the equation, if you wanted a more energy (E), you would have the frequency be large. For the frequency to be big, then the wavelength has to be low.
Ok, so this goes back to the inverse relationship between wavelength and frequency ( energy). As wavelength increases , frequency decreases, the relationship between the two is a inverse relationship. the Red light, wavelength of approx. 700 m^-7 , has a greater wavelength then of the blue light, 400m ^-7. This means , due to frequency and wavelength having an inverse relationship, blue light has a greater frequency (energy) than red light. This is why blue light, no matter how dim, will impart more energy to an electron , then a red light would.
The energy is E=hf = hc/w where f is frequency, c is the velocity and w is the wavelength.
The energy in one photon of any electromagnetic radiation is directly proportionalto its frequency, so that would be inversely proportional to its wavelength.Note: There is no energy in the protons of light, since light has no protons.
it is a classical theory which gives us the relationship between energy and no. of vibrating particles and temperature,frequency and wavelength.
c is the speed of sound or the speed of light. You must know what you need. There is a relationship between the wavelength lambda and the frequency f. But forget the energy! c= lambda times f f is proportional to 1 / lambda. f = c / lambda lambda = c / f
The energy of a photon is described by the equation: Where l is the wavelength, h is Planck's constant, c is the speed of light, and E is the energy. So, the energy of a photon increases as the wavelength decreases.