The increased frequency increases the kinetic energy of the single electron ejected. Remember that the incident light releases a single electron when the threashod frequency is reached
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If frequency increased is that more hazardous or less hazardous?
The answer depends on frequency of what! It the frequency of safety checks is increased then it makes a system less hazardous. If the frequency of changes to he system is increased, the system becomes more hazardous. ...
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What is the relation between intensity and photon energy?
Photon energy can be increased by following two methods. 1). by increase in frequency of one photon as (E = hf); where f denotes the frequency of corresponding region. In this case, the electromagnetic region will change to higher frequency region or shorter wavelength region. The photon energy may increase, but not the intensity. 2). secondly increase in the number of photons (n) as E= nhf. If the number of photons of a particular frequency increase, photon energy also increases. In this case,...
When the frequency of an applied voltage is increased the capacitive reactance of a circuit will?
Since capacitive reactance is inversely-proportional to the supply frequency, as the frequency is increased, the reactance will decrease. ...
Asked in Electronics Engineering
'when frequency is increased why capacitance increases in a capacitor'?
Answer: Capacitance is unaffected by frequency; it does not change. Details: Capacitance is unaffected by frequency. In a capacitor, what increases with Frequency is Admittance (analogus to Conductance) . The capacitive Reactance is inversely proportional to Frequency. Therefore, when Frequency is increased, current flow may increase. ...
Asked in Earthquakes, The Moon
Why are we having so many earthquakes all around earth?
The frequency and intensity of earthquakes has not changed. The speed that news travels has increased dramatically over the last 30 years, so we hear about more quakes. ...
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What happens to the energy of a wave when the frequency is increased?
If you are talking about an electromagnetic wave, energy is proportional to frequency (E=hf, h=Planck's constant). So by increasing frequency, the energy it carries is also increased. ...
Asked in Biology, Photosynthesis
Why increased light intensity might not result in an increased rate of photosynthesis?
All of the available electrons are exicted , but the maximum rate of photosynthesis is reached. The rate stays the same regardeless of further increases of light intensity. ...
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When the intensity of light hitting the metal increases. what happens?
When the intensity increase number of electrons ejected is increased. But there is no change in energy or velocity ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Physics
Does sound Intensity decrease linearly with distance?
No, it follows the inverse square law. That is, the intensity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance. I2/I1 = (r1/r2)². Intensity decreases with 1/r² from increased distance, while the sound pressure decreases only with 1/r from increased distance. ...
How the frequency of a wave changes when the period of the wave increases?
period decreases... Period is inversely proportional to frequency. If period is increased, frequency will decrease. ...
What would happen to the frequency if the wavelength were increased?
The frequency of a wave is inversly proportional to the wavelength of a wave. Therefore if the wavelength were to increase, the frequency of will decrease. ...
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What happens to the energy of a wave when the wavelength is increased?
If you are talking about an electromagnetic wave; energy is proportional to frequency (E=hf), and frequency is inversely proportional to wavelength (wavelength equals velocity divided by frequency). So when the wavelength is increased, the energy is decreased. ...