@article{Stephanus Ivan Goenawan_2020, title={Comparative Analysis of The Photon Density Measurement Processes Using Planck’s and E-Goen’s Constants}, volume={29}, url={https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/17624}, abstractNote={<p><span class="fontstyle0">The photon density measurement processes are able to measure number of photons<br>contained in the energy density of an unit volume of the electromagnetic fields at a certain<br>point location. The process of measuring photon density can be done with two basic<br>concepts. First, the basic concept of quantized energy using the Planck’s constant.<br>Second, the basic concept of an amplitude of the electric field is quantized, so that in a<br>photon it will contain an elementary electric field. The amplitude of an elementary<br>electric field in a photon is proportional to the square of the measured electromagnetic<br>wave frequency whose exact value is calculated by the E-Goen’s constant (k</span><span class="fontstyle0">E </span><span class="fontstyle0">=<br>2.624777975 × 10-23 V • s</span><span class="fontstyle0">2 </span><span class="fontstyle0">/ m). In this study will compare the process of photon density<br>measurement, with the same final result. The measurement process with the concept of<br>quantized energies using the Planck’s constant, done step by step, while with the concept<br>of quantized electric fields using the E-Goen’s constant, done directly.</span> </p>}, number={7s}, journal={International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology}, author={Stephanus Ivan Goenawan}, year={2020}, month={May}, pages={3369-3374} }