Physics
math0123
2016-09-21 02:05:36
What did the results of photoelectric-effect experiments establish? A) Electrons are emitted as soon as low-intensity, high-frequency light hits a metal surface. B) Electrons are never emitted if low-intensity light waves strike a metal surface. C) Electrons are emitted if low-intensity light has been incident on metal for a long time. D) Electrons are emitted if high-intensity light has been incident on metal for a long time.
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Samms
2016-09-21 04:19:33

Electrons are emitted as soon as low-intensity, high-frequency light hits a metal surface.

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