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    e=hc/lambda
    eV=e/1.6*10^-19?
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    Do you study physics
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    e=hc/lambda
    eV=e/1.6*10^-19?
    Because eV=Emax
    Emax= hf = hc/lambda (i.e. E=hc/lamda)
    therefore eV=hc/lambda
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    Do you study physics
    Yes. If "e" is capital E for energy, then eV is just a unit for energy. e and E are not the same.
 
 
 

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