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Calculate the energy in joules per photon of red light having a wavelength 655 nm. What is the energy of 1 mol of these photons?

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  1. E = hc/wavelength. This gives you the energy of 1 photon (in joules). For a mole, multiply by 6.022E23. Don't forget that the wavelength must be in meters.

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