Kinetic Energy of Electron during the Photoelectric Effect Calculator

The Kinetic Energy of Electron during the Photoelectric Effect Calculator will calculate the:

1. Kinetic energy of an electron extracted from metal during the photoelectric effect

Calculation Parameters: Medium of propagation is assumed as vacuum

 🖹 Normal View🗖 Full Page View Calculator Precision (Decimal Places)0123451015203040 Frequency of incident photon (f) Hz Work function of metal (Φ) J Planck's constant (h) J · s × 10 power of Mass of electron (m) kg × 10 power of ∞ Real Number Results∑ Scientific Number Results
Speed of electron (v) calculation The speed of electron (v) is m/s [metre per second] v = √2 ∙ (h ∙ f - Φ)/mv = √2 ∙ ( ∙ - )/v = √2 ∙ /v = √/v = √v = Frequency of incident photon (f) Hz Work function of metal (Φ) J Planck's constant (h) J · s Mass of electron (m) kg

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Speed of electron (v) Formula and Calculation

v = √2 ∙ (h ∙ f - Φ)/m

This formula derives from Einstein's Equation of photoelectric effect

h ∙ f = Φ + m ∙ v2/2

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