Problem: In a photoelectron experiment with a particular surface, light of intensity  I0 produces photoelectrons with maximum kinetic energy 2.0 eV. What is the maximum kinetic energy of the photoelectrons produced from this surface with light of the same wavelength if the intensity of the light is doubled?  A) 1.0 eV B) 2.0 eV C) 3.0 eV D) 4.0 eV E) 6.0 eV F) 8.0 eV G) none of the above answers

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In a photoelectron experiment with a particular surface, light of intensity  Iproduces photoelectrons with maximum kinetic energy 2.0 eV. What is the maximum kinetic energy of the photoelectrons produced from this surface with light of the same wavelength if the intensity of the light is doubled?

 A) 1.0 eV

B) 2.0 eV

C) 3.0 eV

D) 4.0 eV

E) 6.0 eV

F) 8.0 eV

G) none of the above answers

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