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How to calculate the energy of photons?

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1. Record the physical constant values needed for the calculation of the energy calculations. In this case, they are: Speed of light (c) = 299,792,458 m/s. Planck constant (h) = 4.13566733E-15 eV s (1E-15 represents "ten in power -15" Note that an
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