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Old 05-22-2015   #1
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Hi I would appreciate it if you solved this question!


The light intensity incident on a metallic surface
produces photoeletrons with a maximum
kinetic energy of 2.23 eV.
If the light intensity is doubled, what is
the maximum kinetic energy of the photoeletrons?
Answer in units of eV.
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Old 06-17-2015   #2
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it is annoying physics is so hard
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Thanks a lot,if passion and hard work will help me make some good contribution to science im all for it.Will just play with time and relish each and every moment of studying Physics.
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