# Intensity of Saturation Current in Photoelectric Effect

The Intensity of Saturation Current in Photoelectric Effect will calculate the:

1. The intensity of saturation current produced during the photoelectric effect.

Calculation Parameters: Medium of propagation is assumed as vacuum

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## Intensity of saturation current Is Formula and Calculation

Is = e ∙ Ne/NphΦ/h ∙ f

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