A directional (dimensional) and magnitudinal measurement of the wave form and frequencies that sub-atomic clusters of particles resonate at in order to attract or repel each other.
Planck's Equation Energy=hf where h is Planck's Constant and f is the frequency.
Energy/frequency or energy*wavelength/speed of light.
The energy of a basic unit of electromagnetic energy, the photon, is related directly to its frequency by a scaling factor called Planck's Constant, and the equation is often written e = Hf where e is energy unit, H is Planck's Constant and f is frequency unit.
The ones with the highest frequency.
Yes. The Fourier transform of a signal to the frequency domain will give rise to a graph that has energy (is greater than zero) at only the base frequency and its harmonics.
the higher the frequency the higher the energy
The photon energy is directly proportional to its frequency: Energy = Planck's constant * frequency.
spectrum of sinewave contains how many components The spectrum of a pure sine wave by definition has only one component. Any other periodic wave will additional components at multiples of the fundemental frequency. The spectrum may or may not extend to infinity. A square wave for example has infinite harmonics, the harmonics of a 'modified sine wave' inverter has lower harmonics than a square wave but still has infinite harmonics. As you get closer to a pure sinusiod the energy content of the higher harmonics will be essentially non existent. It all depends how close the wave approximates a pure sinusoid.
Higher frequency increases the energy. Lower frequency decreases the energy.
Frequency has a great relationship with energy. The higher the amount of energy the higher the frequency will be for example.
High energy is high frequency.
Energy changes the frequency of things. Specifically, the higher the energy, the higher the frequency.
Energy of light photons is related to frequency as Energy = h(Planck's constant)* frequency Frequency = velocity of wave / wavelength So energy = h * velocity of the wave / wavelength
The higher the frequency the more energy per photon.