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A monochromatic beam of light (lamda=4900 A) incident normally up on a surface produces a pressure of 5x10^7N/m^2 on it.Assuming that 25% of the incident light is reflected and the rest absorbed.Find the number of photons falling per second on a unit area of thin surface???

5 years ago


Answers : (1)

E_(intensity)=n*hc/lambda per unit area
we can get n from here
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