Q: Find the energy of 700nm photon?

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You need to know the photon's frequency or wavelength. If you know the wavelength, divide the speed of light by the photon's wavelength to find the frequency. Once you have the photon's frequency, multiply that by Planck's Konstant. The product is the photon's energy.

what is the energy of a photon that has a frequency of 5.0x1014 Hz?

the energy of a photon is h times f

The amount of energy in a photon of light is proportional to the frequency of the corresponding light wave.... frequency of the electromagnetic radiation of which the photon is a particle.

The energy of a photon depends on it's frequency

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You need to know the photon's frequency or wavelength. If you know the wavelength, divide the speed of light by the photon's wavelength to find the frequency. Once you have the photon's frequency, multiply that by Planck's Konstant. The product is the photon's energy.

The energy of a photon of electromagnetic radiation is(Photon's frequency) times (Planck's Konstant) .

what is the energy of a photon that has a frequency of 5.0x1014 Hz?

the energy of a photon is h times f

The amount of energy in a photon of light is proportional to the frequency of the corresponding light wave.... frequency of the electromagnetic radiation of which the photon is a particle.

The energy of a photon depends on it's frequency

A packet of light energy is called a photon.

The energy of the photon is 3,1631.e-19 joule.

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The energy of the photon is the same as the energy lost by the electron

No, it could not. A blue photon carries more energy than a red photon, since the blue photon's frequency is higher. That means one red photon wouldn't deliver enough energy to the atom to give it the energy to emit a blue photon.