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In photoelectric effect, light photon is allowed to fall on a metal surface and a photoelectron...

In photoelectric effect, light photon is allowed to fall on a metal surface and a photoelectron is ejected with kinetic energy 2.6 eV. If the threshold frequency f0 = 2 x 10^14

Hz then calculate the frequency and energy of incident photon.

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