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A session on basic quantum physics with Dr. Doobay

What is the formula for Energy (Related to Photons)? E=HV
What word, beginning with 'D' describes the problem of waves and particles? Duality
What is the value of Planck's constant? 6.626E-34
Other than the maximum kinetic energy of the photoelectron, what is the other variable in the photoelectric equation? The Work function of the photoelectron
What category on the electromagnetic spectrum has the smallest wavelength? Gamma waves
What is the name given to a perfect absorber of radiation, able to absorb all wavelengths? A black body
What is a measure of the flow of radiation from a given radioactive source? Radiation flux
What is the wavelength range for Microwaves? 1 mm to 1 m
What is the name given to a packet of energy? A photon
The work function is? The minimum energy that must be given to an electron to liberate it from the surface of a particular substance
'Light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation' is commonly known as what? Laser
Created by: AlexanderDoobay