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DeBroglie Equation Problems

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Calculate the mass for one photon of the following wavelengths of light:
1. red light with wavelength of 616 nm.........in kg
2. radio signal with frequency of 99.0 MHz........in kg
3. a photon of X-ray with energy of 2.30 x 10-15 J........in kg

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Calculate the mass for one photon of the following wavelengths of light:
1. red light with wavelength of 616 nm.........in kg
2. radio signal with frequency of 99.0 MHz........in kg
3. a photon of X-ray with energy of 2.30 x 10-15 J........in kg

1. red light with wavelength ...

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DeBroglie Equation Problems are solved and explained. The mass of one photo on a wavelength of light is determined.

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