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Calculate the energy (in J) of a wave that has a frequency of 5.24 x 1033 Hz.

 Feb 11, 2019
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Energy = v x h, where v = frequency, h = Planck's constant

Energy =[5.24 x 10^33] x [6.62606896 x 10^-34] =3.47206013504 - Joules.

Note: I took your figure literally as you have written it. They would have to be intense "gamma rays" of some sort.

 Feb 11, 2019
edited by Guest  Feb 11, 2019

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