Comparative Analysis of The Photon Density Measurement Processes Using Planck’s and E-Goen’s Constants
The photon density measurement processes are able to measure number of photons
contained in the energy density of an unit volume of the electromagnetic fields at a certain
point location. The process of measuring photon density can be done with two basic
concepts. First, the basic concept of quantized energy using the Planck’s constant.
Second, the basic concept of an amplitude of the electric field is quantized, so that in a
photon it will contain an elementary electric field. The amplitude of an elementary
electric field in a photon is proportional to the square of the measured electromagnetic
wave frequency whose exact value is calculated by the E-Goen’s constant (kE =
2.624777975 × 10-23 V • s2 / m). In this study will compare the process of photon density
measurement, with the same final result. The measurement process with the concept of
quantized energies using the Planck’s constant, done step by step, while with the concept
of quantized electric fields using the E-Goen’s constant, done directly.