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How much energy (in joules) is contained in one mole of photons (electromagnetic quanta) of frequency 2.3E+19 Hz?

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    E = hf*6.022E23

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    thanks, now do u know the units to this problem

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    E is in joules. In this case it's for a mole and you might want to call it joules/mol.

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