Silver has a work function of 4.73 eV. What is the longest wavelength of radiation that can eject a photoelectron from silver?
The work function of a photoelectrode is 4.73 eV. Find the maximum velocity of photoelectrons ejected from the photoelectrode by 80.0-nm radiation.
Ultraviolet radiation of wavelength m illuminates a gold-plated electrode. What is the maximum kinetic energy of photoelectrons ejected from the electrode?
Photons of wavelength’s greater than 337 nm cannot eject photoelectrons from a magnesium photoelectrode. What is the work function of magnesium?
Electromagnetic radiation ejects 2.00-eV electrons from a calcium electrode that has a work function of 2.71 eV. What is the wavelength of the radiation?