# Energy of Photon Calculator

The Energy of Photon Calculator will calculate the:

1. Energy of photon when its frequency is known
2. Energy of photon when its wavelength is known

Calculation Parameters: Medium of propagation is assumed as vacuum

 🖹 Normal View🗖 Full Page View Calculator Precision (Decimal Places)01234510203040 Frequency of EM radiation (f) Hz Wavelength of EM radiation (λ) m Planck's constant (h) J · s × 10 power of Light speed (c) m/s ∞ Real Number Results∑ Scientific Number Results
Energy of photon as a function of frequency (E(f)) calculation The energy of photon as a function of frequency (E(f)) is J [Joule] The energy of photon as a function of wavelength (E(λ)) is J [Joule] E(f) = h ∙ fE(f) = ∙ E(f) = E(λ) = h ∙ c/λE(λ) = ∙ /E(λ) = /λE(λ) = Frequency of EM radiation (f) Hz [Hertz] Wavelength of EM radiation (λ) m [metre] Planck's constant (h) J · s [Joule per second] Light speed (c) m/s [metre per second]

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## Energy of photon as a function of frequency (E(f)) Formula and Calculation

How to calculate the energy of photon when its frequency is known:

E(f) = h ∙ f

## Energy of photon as a function of wavelength (E(λ)) Formula and Calculation

How to calculate the energy of photon when its wavelength is known:

E(λ) = h ∙ c/λ

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