Table of Contents

- 1 What is the energy of a 420 nm photon?
- 2 What would be the energy associated with a wave that has a wavelength of 420 nm?
- 3 How do you find the energy of a photon?
- 4 What is the formula of de Broglie wavelength?
- 5 What will be the energy of one photon of radiation whose frequency is 5 1014 Hz?
- 6 What is the energy in eV of a light wave with a wavelength of 700 nm?
- 7 How much energy does a photon of green light have?
- 8 How to calculate the energy of a photon?

## What is the energy of a 420 nm photon?

KEe=hν–Φ=2.96eV–2.71eV=0.246eV. The energy of this 420-nm photon of violet light is a tiny fraction of a joule, and so it is no wonder that a single photon would be difficult for us to sense directly—humans are more attuned to energies on the order of joules.

## What would be the energy associated with a wave that has a wavelength of 420 nm?

A light wave has a wavelength of 420nm, calculate the energy of this wave in joules. E = ((6.63 x 10-34)x(3.0 x 108))/(420 x 10-9)E = 4.74 x 10-19J leaving the answer as this is in Joules already.

**What is the frequency of a photon with a wavelength of 420 nm?**

The violet light has a frequency of 7.14×1014 Hz.

**What is the energy of light with a wavelength of 400 nm?**

Solution: From the previous problem, the energy of a single 400 nm photon is 3.1 eV.

### How do you find the energy of a photon?

The energy of a single photon is: hν or = (h/2π)ω where h is Planck’s constant: 6.626 x 10-34 Joule-sec.

### What is the formula of de Broglie wavelength?

Apply the de Broglie wave equation λ=hmv λ = h m v to solve for the wavelength of the moving electron.

**What is the difference between a wave and a medium?**

There is a big difference between what the wave does and what the particles in the medium do. As the wave travels through the medium, the particles of the medium oscillate in response to the wave. In a uniform medium, the wave travels at constant speed; each particle, however, has a speed that is constantly changing.

**What is the relationship between wavelength and frequency?**

The shorter the wavelength, the higher the frequency. Hence, frequency and wavelength are inversely proportional to each other. Because all light waves move at the same speed in a vacuum, the number of wave crests passing at a given spot in one second is determined by the wavelength.

#### What will be the energy of one photon of radiation whose frequency is 5 1014 Hz?

3×10−19J.

#### What is the energy in eV of a light wave with a wavelength of 700 nm?

The energy of a photon is often expressed in units of electron volts (1 eV = 1.602 × 10−12 erg); it is directly proportional to frequency and inversely proportional to wavelength….The visible spectrum.

colour* | red (limit) |
---|---|

wavelength (nm) | 700 |

frequency (1014 Hz) | 4.29 |

energy (eV) | 1.77 |

**Which two wavelengths have the highest frequencies?**

Gamma rays have the highest energies, the shortest wavelengths, and the highest frequencies. Radio waves, on the other hand, have the lowest energies, longest wavelengths, and lowest frequencies of any type of EM radiation.

**How to calculate the energy of light by wavelength?**

Formula: Energy of Light = (6.626 × 10 -31 × c) / w (m) Where, e = Energy c = Speed Of Light (300000000 m/s) w = Wavelength.

## How much energy does a photon of green light have?

The energy of a single photon of green light of a wavelength of 520 nm has an energy of 2.38 eV. You can use the photon energy calculator to further explore the relationship between the photon energy and its frequency or wavelength.

## How to calculate the energy of a photon?

Photon energy refers to the energy of a single photon with a particular amount of wavelength and frequency. Use our wavelength to energy calculator to find the energy of light. Online energy of light with wavelength calculator to calculate energy in Joules, Kilojoules, eV, kcal.

**Which is the wavelength and frequency of a photon?**

λ is the wavelength of a photon, f is the frequency of a photon. This equation gives us an energy of a single, indivisible, quanta of light and we can think of light as a collection of particles. The opposite is also true.