A Closer Look at Photoelectricity

Unit 4: Electromagnetics
Lesson 15 of 17

Objective: Students will collect data using a photoelectric effect simulation and "crowd-source" their data to see fundamental relationships between light and electron energies.

Big Idea: Data from different metals show similarities and differences in the photoelectric effect, highlighting fundamental physics phenomena.

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