Project #96435 - Question- Solution?

 

1.     In the photoelectric effect, the work function is the energy that must be supplied to overcome the attractive forces that hold an electron in the metal. For mercury, the work function is equal to 435 kJ mol-1 of photons. What is the kinetic energy, in joules, of the ejected electrons when light with a wavelength of 220 nm strikes the surface of mercury?

 

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