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## Frequency using Energy Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Frequency = 2*Energy in Electron Volts/[hP]
f = 2*E/[hP]
This formula uses 1 Constants, 1 Variables
Constants Used
[hP] - Planck constant Value Taken As 6.626070040E-34 Kilogram Meter² / Second
Variables Used
Energy in Electron Volts - Energy in Electron Volts is the energy consumed by the body when measured in electron volts. (Measured in Electron-Volt)
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Energy in Electron Volts: 45 Electron-Volt --> 7.20979798500003E-18 Joule (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
f = 2*E/[hP] --> 2*7.20979798500003E-18/[hP]
Evaluating ... ...
f = 2.17619129936032E+16
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
2.17619129936032E+16 Hertz -->2.17619129936032E+16 Cycle per Second (Check conversion here)
2.17619129936032E+16 Cycle per Second <-- Frequency
(Calculation completed in 00.015 seconds)

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### Frequency using Energy Formula

Frequency = 2*Energy in Electron Volts/[hP]
f = 2*E/[hP]

## What is Bohr's theory?

Bohr's Theory is a theory for the hydrogen atom based on quantum theory that energy is transferred only in certain well defined quantities.

## How to Calculate Frequency using Energy?

Frequency using Energy calculator uses Frequency = 2*Energy in Electron Volts/[hP] to calculate the Frequency, The Frequency using Energy formula is defined as the number of oscillations made by the particle about its mean position in one second. Frequency is denoted by f symbol.

How to calculate Frequency using Energy using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Frequency using Energy, enter Energy in Electron Volts (E) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Frequency using Energy calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2.176E+16 = 2*7.20979798500003E-18/[hP].

### FAQ

What is Frequency using Energy?
The Frequency using Energy formula is defined as the number of oscillations made by the particle about its mean position in one second and is represented as f = 2*E/[hP] or Frequency = 2*Energy in Electron Volts/[hP]. Energy in Electron Volts is the energy consumed by the body when measured in electron volts.
How to calculate Frequency using Energy?
The Frequency using Energy formula is defined as the number of oscillations made by the particle about its mean position in one second is calculated using Frequency = 2*Energy in Electron Volts/[hP]. To calculate Frequency using Energy, you need Energy in Electron Volts (E). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Energy in Electron Volts and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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