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what is the symbolic expression for the wavelength ë of a photon in terms of its energy E, Planck's constant h, and the speed of light c.

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  1. E=planck's constant*frequency
    = planck's constant*c/lambda

    You really ought to memorize that.

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    posted by bobpursley

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