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A question is asking what the wavelength of an ejected electron is and gives me the incident light of sodium metal (810 nm) and tells me that the work func. for sodium is 1.1 eV. Should I use de Broglie's equation because the wavelength we are trying to calculate is a particle not a photon? My answer came out to be 1.86*10^-9 m.
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