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As the intensity of incident light increases (a) Photoelectric current increases (b) K. E. of emitted photelectrons increases (c) Photoelectric current decreases (d) K.E. of emitted photoelectrons decreases



As the intensity of incident light increases


        (a)    Photoelectric current increases               


(b)    K. E. of emitted photelectrons increases


(c)    Photoelectric current decreases


(d)    K.E. of emitted photoelectrons decreases


Grade:11

1 Answers

Amit Saxena
35 Points
7 years ago

(a)

K.E. of electrons emitted depends upon the frequency of incident rays rather than the intensity. While number of photo electrons emitted depends upon intensity of radiation.

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