Posted by **Jazmin** on Sunday, October 31, 2010 at 10:41pm.

Suppose you have a 10 watt fluorescent light bulb. If this light bulb is 6 % efficient in turning electricity into light, then how many photons are being emitted per second? Assume that average energy of all the photons emitted is 550 nm, thus you can treat all the photons as having the same energy as a 550 nm photon. Lastly, 1 watt = 1J/s

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1.66E17

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