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Sulfur vapor is analyzed by photoelectron spectroscopy (PES). Measurements determine that photoelectrons associated with the 1st ionization energy of sulfur move with de Broglie wavelength λ=3.091 A˚. What is the maximum wavelength (in meters) of radiation capable of ionizing sulfur and producing this effect?
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Sulfur vapor is analyzed by photoelectron spectroscopy (PES). Measurements determine that photoelectrons associated with the 1st ionization energy of sulfur move with de Broglie wavelength λ=3.091 A˚. What is the maximum wavelength (in meters) of radiation capable of ionizing sulfur and producing this effect?

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davidyim76
 2 years ago
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intellect
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0i got the ans... they hv given the debrogli wavelength so....velocity is 2.353*10^6m/s using lambda=h/mv and E=25.21*10^19J using E=1/2mv2 thn h*nu=K.E+B.E here B.E=I.E of s in J wch is 10.36eV*1.602*10^19 =16.5967*10^19 nw using eq h*nu=K.E+B.E i gt lambda.. =47.4*10^9
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