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Help? Use the following Photoelectric Graph to answer the following question: If the incoming photon had a frequency of 2.0 E14 Hz, would you have a photo-electron ejected?
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thats the wrong image
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IrishBoy123
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from graph you'd need to be something like 2.75 to have enough energy to start knocking e's out

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