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11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Frequency Of A Closed Organ Pipe
frequency=((2*Number Of Nodes+1)*Velocity)/(4*Length Of The Organ Pipe) GO
Frequency Of A Open Organ Pipe
frequency=((Number Of Nodes*Velocity)/2*Length Of The Organ Pipe) GO
Frequency Of Closed Organ Pipe(3rd Harmonic)
frequency=(3*Velocity)/(4*Length Of The Organ Pipe) GO
Frequency Of Closed Organ Pipe(1st Harmonic)
frequency=Velocity/(4*Length Of The Organ Pipe) GO
Frequency of SHM for compound pendulum
frequency=1/Periodic time for compound pendulum GO
Frequency Of A Open Organ Pipe(2nd Harmonic)
frequency=Velocity/Length Of The Organ Pipe GO
Frequency OF Wave (Using Time Period)
frequency=1/Time Period Of Progressive Wave GO
Frequency When Speed Is Given
frequency=Number of pole*Motor Speed/120 GO
Frequency Of Wavelength ( Using Velocity )
frequency=Velocity/Wavelength Of A Wave GO
Frequency Of A Progressive Wave
frequency=Angular Frequency/(2*pi) GO
Frequency of oscillation for SHM
frequency=1/Time Period SHM GO

Frequency associated with a photon Formula

frequency=Energy gap between orbits/[hP]
f=∆E/[hP]
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Explain Bohr's model.

The Bohr model describes the properties of atomic electrons in terms of a set of allowed (possible) values. Atoms absorb or emit radiation only when the electrons abruptly jump between allowed, or stationary, states. Bohr’s model can explain the line spectrum of the hydrogen atom. Radiation is absorbed when an electron goes from orbit of lower energy to higher energy; whereas radiation is emitted when it moves from higher to lower orbit.

How to Calculate Frequency associated with a photon?

Frequency associated with a photon calculator uses frequency=Energy gap between orbits/[hP] to calculate the frequency, The Frequency associated with a photon is the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit of time which is absorbed by the emission and absorption spectrum of a particle. frequency and is denoted by f symbol.

How to calculate Frequency associated with a photon using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Frequency associated with a photon, enter Energy gap between orbits (∆E) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Frequency associated with a photon calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.176E+17 = 1.44195959700001E-16/[hP].

FAQ

What is Frequency associated with a photon?
The Frequency associated with a photon is the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit of time which is absorbed by the emission and absorption spectrum of a particle and is represented as f=∆E/[hP] or frequency=Energy gap between orbits/[hP]. Energy gap between orbits is the energy range in an electron between the lowest and highest energy states or levels.
How to calculate Frequency associated with a photon?
The Frequency associated with a photon is the number of occurrences of a repeating event per unit of time which is absorbed by the emission and absorption spectrum of a particle is calculated using frequency=Energy gap between orbits/[hP]. To calculate Frequency associated with a photon, you need Energy gap between orbits (∆E). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Energy gap between orbits and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate frequency?
In this formula, frequency uses Energy gap between orbits. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • frequency=1/Time Period SHM
  • frequency=1/Periodic time for compound pendulum
  • frequency=Number of pole*Motor Speed/120
  • frequency=Angular Frequency/(2*pi)
  • frequency=1/Time Period Of Progressive Wave
  • frequency=Velocity/Wavelength Of A Wave
  • frequency=((2*Number Of Nodes+1)*Velocity)/(4*Length Of The Organ Pipe)
  • frequency=Velocity/(4*Length Of The Organ Pipe)
  • frequency=(3*Velocity)/(4*Length Of The Organ Pipe)
  • frequency=((Number Of Nodes*Velocity)/2*Length Of The Organ Pipe)
  • frequency=Velocity/Length Of The Organ Pipe
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