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What theory does the Photo-electric effect support? Wave or Particle? The particle theory of course!
Who was the scientist to suggest that all bodies, not just light, present signs of both wave and particle behaviour? Louis De Broglie, with his theory of wave-particle duality. (uber-cool)
Power per area, what does this give? Radiation Flux
If light is emitted below a certain frequency upon a zinc plate then the photo-electric effect won't occur. What is the name given to a minimum frequency in this context? Threshold Frequency
Wavicle is an alternative method of saying what? Wave-Particle Duality
Power: 40WFlux : 30Wm^-2 What's the unit area? 1.25m^2
What is Quantum Tunnelling?
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