Question

The stopping potential for electrons emitted from a surface illuminated by light of wavelength 567 nm is 0.932 V. When the incident wavelength is changed to a new value, the stopping potential is 2.00 V.

(a) What is this new wavelength?

(b) What is the work function for the surface

Answer #1

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illuminated by light of wavelength 500 nm is 0.770 V. When the
incident wavelength is changed to a new value, the stopping
potential is 1.40 V. (a) What is this new
wavelength? (b) What is the work function for the
surface?

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wavelength 437 nm. The stopping potential for the photoelectrons in
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a. What is the work
function of the metal, in eV?
b. What type of metal
is used in this experiment?
c. What is the maximum
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