April 10Lecture6

April 10Lecture6 - increases. C. both A. and B. D. neither...

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In an experiment to demonstrate the photoelectric effect, you shine a beam of monochromatic blue light on a metal plate. As a result, electrons are emitted by the plate. If you increase the intensity of the light but keep the color of the light the same, what happens? Q1 April 10 A. More electrons are emitted per second. B. The maximum kinetic energy of the emitted electrons increases. C. both A. and B. D. neither A. nor B.
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In an experiment to demonstrate the photoelectric effect, you shine a beam of monochromatic blue light on a metal plate. As a result, electrons are emitted by the plate. If you increase the intensity of the light but keep the color of the light the same, what happens? Q1 April 10 A. More electrons are emitted per second. B. The maximum kinetic energy of the emitted electrons
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Unformatted text preview: increases. C. both A. and B. D. neither A. nor B. This graph in shows the stopping potential as a function of the frequency of light falling on a metal surface. If a different type of metal is used, Q2 April 10 A. the graph could have a different slope. B. the graph could intercept the horizontal axis at a different value. C. both A. and B. D. neither A. nor B. This graph in shows the stopping potential as a function of the frequency of light falling on a metal surface. If a different type of metal is used, Q2 April 10 A. the graph could have a different slope. B. the graph could intercept the horizontal axis at a different value. C. both A. and B. D. neither A. nor B....
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April 10Lecture6 - increases. C. both A. and B. D. neither...

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