Photoelectric Effect
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The photoelectric effect is the observation that several metals emit electrons while light shines about them. Electrons emitted this way can be known as photoelectrons. The phenomenon is usually studied in electronic digital physics, as well such as fields of biochemistry, such as quantum biochemistry or electrochemistry. In accordance with classical electromagnetic principle, this effect may be attributed to the transfer of one’s from the light to a electron in the metal.

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