﻿ An ultraviolet light of wavelength 2000 Å irradiates a photocell made of molybdenum metal. If the stopping potential is –1.5 V, what is the work function of the metal? Planck’s constant .    : Kaysons Education

# An Ultraviolet Light Of Wavelength 2000 Å Irradiates A Photocell Made Of Molybdenum Metal. If The Stopping Potential Is –1.5 V, What Is The Work Function Of The Metal? Planck’s constant .

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Frequency of incident radiation is

The work function of the metal is

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