Shweta thakur Asked a Question
June 16, 2021 10:04 ampts 30 pts
metallic surface ejects electrons when exposed to green light f intensity I but not with yellow light of intensity I. It is possible o eject electrons from the same surface by 1. yellow light of some intensity which is more than I 2. green light of any intensity 3. red light of any intensity 4. violet light of any intensity A. (1), (2) B. (2). (3) C. (1), (4) D. (2). (4) jee
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    Ejection of photoelectron does not depends on Intensity but on Frequency. Frequency of yellow and red light is less than that of green light so they can't eject photoelectrons. Co...
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