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two separate monochromatic light beams A and B of the same intensity are falling normally on a unit area of a metallic surface.Their wavelengths are lambda A n lambda B respectively. Assuming that all the incident light is used in ejecting the photoelectrons,find the ratio of number of photoelectrons from beam A to that form B,in terms of their wavelenths


two separate monochromatic light beams A and B of the same intensity are falling normally on a unit area of a metallic surface.Their wavelengths are lambda A n lambda B respectively. Assuming that all the incident light is used in ejecting the photoelectrons,find the ratio of number of photoelectrons from beam A to that form B,in terms of their wavelenths


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