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Light that has a wavelength of 600 nm strikes a metal surface, and a stream of electrons is ejected from the surface. If light of wavelength 500 nm strikes the surface, the maximum kinetic energy of the electrons emitted from the surface will be greater. O smaller by a factor of 5/6. O smaller O the same. O unmeasurable.
Solution
Solution:
Using the photo electric effect,
K = hc/? - W
From this K is inversly propostional to lamda as hc is contant and W is contant for a given material.
So, As the wave lenght is decreasing , K will increas.
Ans: Greater A.
I hope you understood the problem, If yes rate me!! or else comment for a better solution.
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Light that has a wavelength of 600 nm strikes a metal surface, and a stream of electrons is ejected from the surface. If light of wavelength 500 nm strikes the surface, the maximum kinetic energy of the electrons emitted from the surface will be greater. O smaller by a factor of 5/6. O smaller O the same. O unmeasurable.
Solution
Solution:
Using the photo electric effect,
K = hc/? - W
From this K is inversly propostional to lamda as hc is contant and W is contant for a given material.
So, As the wave lenght is decreasing , K will increas.
Ans: Greater A.
I hope you understood the problem, If yes rate me!! or else comment for a better solution.
.

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