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how did you get the answer 67 to the question the neergy of the photon, to the nearest tenth place, is x10-50J?

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  1. I have no idea what you are refering to, but the energy of a photon is calculated by
    energyinJoules= Planck'sConstant*frequenceinHz

    Planck's constant is 6.67e-34 joules
    so as a practical matter, e-50j cannot be the energy of a photon, as frequency cannot be small as e-16 hz.

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