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Textbook Problem

Which aspects of the photoelectric effect cannot be explained without photons? Which can be explained without photons? Are the latter inconsistent with the existence of photons?

To determine

The aspects of the photoelectric effect which cannot be explained without photons. The aspects which can be explained without photons. Also, state whether the latter are inconsistent with the existence of photons or not.

Explanation

Introduction:

Photoelectric effect is the phenomenon of electricity produced through light. When photon have more energy than work function, then electricity is produced.

Photoelectric effect work function aspect cannot be explained without photons because when the minimum frequency of the photon exist, then current start flowing.

Photoelectric effect work on the intensity of light that falls on the material. This aspect can be explained without photons...

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