my college hive icon mycollegehive
Groups
My College Hive notifiction icon Questions
Connect / Friends
Tags
Quiz
Books
In photoelectric effect, the number of electrons emitted per...
physics waec-physics-2020 ssce-exam-2020 waec-2020
up
0
down

In photoelectric effect, the number of electrons emitted per second from a metallic surface is proportional to the

A. intensity of the incident radiation

B. frequency of the incident radiation

C. energy of the incident radiation

D. work function of the metal

173 views
Share Follow
peter
Asked by peterrep:1.5K
University of Lagos Nigeria
29 August 2020

Comments






1 answer(s)

alberteinstein
Alberteinstein answeredrep:228
School not set Nigeria
28 September 2020
up
0
down

In photoelectric effect, the number of electrons (i.e. the electric current) is proportional to the light intensity of the incident beam and independent of the frequency of the incident radiation.

Answer: A

Share
Comments






Your Answer

How to insert math formulas/equations

my college hive loader icon



Related Tags

physics

3 followers

121 questions

waec-physics-2020

6 followers

48 questions

ssce-exam-2020

6 followers

273 questions