Photoelectric effect is the phenomenon of emission of electrons from a metal surface , when radiation of suitable frequency fall on them . The emitted electrons are called photoelectrons and the current so produced is called photoelectric current.
i. With the increase of intensity of incident radiation on photoelectrons emitted by a photo tube , the number of photoelectrons emitted pre unit time is (a) increases (b) decreases (c) remain the same (d) none of these .
ii. It is Observed that photoelectrons emission stops at a certain time t after the light source is switched on . The stopping potential can be represented as (a) 2(K.E.)max/e (b) (K.E.)max/e (c) (K.E.)max/3e (c) (K.E.)max/2e .
iii. A point source of light of power 3.2×10-3 W mono energetic photons of energy 5.0eV and work function 3.0eV . The efficiency of photoelectrons emission is 1 for every 106 incident photons . Assume that the photoelectrons are instantaneously swept away after emission . The max kinetic energy of photon is (a) 4eV (b) 5eV (c) 2eV (d) Zero .
iv. Which of the following is the application of photoelectric effect ? (a)L.E.D (b)Diode (c) Photocell (d) Transistor .
v. If the frequency of incident light falling on the photosensitive metal is doubled , the kinetic energy of the emitted photoelectrons is (a) Unchanged (b) halved (c) doubled (d) more than twice its initial value.
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