The photoelectric effect is a phenomenon described by when light shines on metal and the electrons can be ejected from the surface of the metal.
The photoelectric effect is also referred to as photoemission.
The electrons ejected from the metal are called photoelectron.
The photoelectric effect tells us that __________ .
A) light has a particle nature
B) a photon can be converted into an electron
C) electrons have a wave nature
D) electrons are the conductors in metals
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