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Singo N.

Physics 103

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Outline and briefly explain two (2) properties of the emitted photoelectrons as predicted by the classical wave theory

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Outline and briefly explain two (2) properties of the emitted photoelectrons as predicted by the classical wave theory

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is outlawing and briefly explain to properties of the amateur photo electrons, as predicted by the classical faith theory. So the wave theory predicts that this effect should occur at any frequency. Provided the intensity is enough, then it is expected that the photo electrons need some time to absorb the incident radiation before they acquire enough kinetic energy To escape. The maximum kinetic energy of photo electrons mm depends on the light intensity. Then the emission of photo electrons. There should be some delay to emit electrons from the metal surface. So mm, a mission of photo electrons. There should be some delay to omit electrons from a metal surface. Mm. Energy of life depends on the light intensity, so whether electrons are ejected depends on the intensity of the light. In case of Classical theory, in which light as a wave, the kinetic energy of ejected electron depends on the intensity of the light.

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