Evonne Hsu 1J wrote:Can someone please explain how to do this question? Thank you!
To solve part a, I think you would have to use the DeBroigle Equation to solve for the wavelength of the electron, which is wavelengthe-
For part b, you would have to use the equation E=h*v, and plug in 2.50*10^16 Hz for the frequency of the photon.
For part c, you would have to use the equation c=wavelength* v, and plug in 2.50*10^16 Hz for the frequency to solve for the wavelength.
For part d, depending on you answer that you get in part c, you would determine what type of radiation was used. I'm guessing it could be UV radiation, since is commonly used in a Photoelectric Effect experiment like this one. But, again, it depends on the answer you get in part c.