What is E=hv in chemistry?

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The energy of a photon of light is a function of it's color, or frequency, and is expressed by the equation E=hv, In this equation v is the frequency of the light which determines its color and h is Planck's constant. The equation is an expression of the amount of energy inherent in electromagnetic radiation.
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