# OMNIA SCIENTIA

# OMNIA SCIENTIA

# OMNIA SCIENTIA

# OMNIA SCIENTIA

# OMNIA SCIENTIA

# PHYSICS & CHEMISTRY

# PHYSICS & CHEMISTRY

# PHYSICS & CHEMISTRY

# PHYSICS & CHEMISTRY

# PHYSICS & CHEMISTRY

# ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM

# ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM

# ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM

# ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM

# ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM

###### FREQUENCY, WAVELENGTH & ENERGY

###### FREQUENCY, WAVELENGTH & ENERGY

###### FREQUENCY, WAVELENGTH & ENERGY

###### FREQUENCY, WAVELENGTH & ENERGY

###### FREQUENCY, WAVELENGTH & ENERGY

Electromagnetic Factors |

Frequency Wavelength & Energy: One photon energy, E, of a single photon associated with the electromagnetic wave increases with frequency and is given by the relationship:E = h x f (Joules) or h x c / λWhere h is Planck’s constant at:6.626 069 57 X 10 Joule seconds, or ^{-34}4.13567 X 10 eV seconds), and^{−15}f is the frequency of the wave and c is the velocity of light (299 792 458 m/s).One Electron Volt 1eV = 1.602176565 V 10 Joule.^{-19} |

Electromagnetic Factors |

Frequency Wavelength & Energy: One photon energy, E, of a single photon associated with the electromagnetic wave increases with frequency and is given by the relationship:E = h x f (Joules) or h x c / λWhere h is Planck’s constant at:6.626 069 57 X 10 Joule seconds, or ^{-34}4.13567 X 10 eV seconds), and^{−15}f is the frequency of the wave and c is the velocity of light (299 792 458 m/s).One Electron Volt 1eV = 1.602176565 V 10 Joule.^{-19} |

Electromagnetic Factors |

Frequency Wavelength & Energy: One photon energy, E, of a single photon associated with the electromagnetic wave increases with frequency and is given by the relationship:E = h x f (Joules) or h x c / λWhere h is Planck’s constant at:6.626 069 57 X 10 Joule seconds, or ^{-34}4.13567 X 10 eV seconds), and^{−15}f is the frequency of the wave and c is the velocity of light (299 792 458 m/s).One Electron Volt 1eV = 1.602176565 V 10 Joule.^{-19} |

Electromagnetic Factors |

Frequency Wavelength & Energy: One photon energy, E, of a single photon associated with the electromagnetic wave increases with frequency and is given by the relationship:E = h x f (Joules) or h x c / λWhere h is Planck’s constant at:6.626 069 57 X 10 Joule seconds, or ^{-34}4.13567 X 10 eV seconds), and^{−15}f is the frequency of the wave and c is the velocity of light (299 792 458 m/s).One Electron Volt 1eV = 1.602176565 V 10 Joule.^{-19} |