State Two Important Properties of Photon Which Are Used to Write Einstein’S Photoelectric Equation. - Physics

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State two important properties of photon which are used to write Einstein’s photoelectric equation.

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Solution

The properties of photon used to write Einstein’s photoelectric equation are

(i) The rest mass of the photon is zero.

(ii) The energy of the photon is E = hv.

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2015-2016 (March) All India Set 3 N

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