In an experiment on photoelectric effect the frequency f of the incident light is plotted against the stopping potential V0. The work function of the photoelectric surface is given by (e is electronic charge) 

(a) OB×e in eV
(b) OB in volt
(c) OA in eV
(d) The slope of the line AB

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The stopping potential as a function of the frequency of the incident radiation is plotted for two different photoelectric surfaces A and B. The graphs show that work function of A is 

(a) Greater than that of B
(b) Smaller than that of B
(c) Equal to that of B
(d) No inference can be drawn about their work functions from the given graphs

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The graph between intensity of light falling on a metallic plate (I) with the current (i) generated is

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For a photoelectric cell the graph showing the variation of cut of voltage (V0) with frequency (v) of incident light is best represented by

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The correct curve between the stopping potential (V) and intensity of incident light (I) is

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The value of stopping potential in the following diagram

(a) – 4V
(b) – 3 V
(c) – 2V
(d) – 1 V

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In the following diagram if V2>V1, then,

(a) λ1=λ2

(b) λ1<λ2

(c) λ1=λ2

(d) λ1>λ2

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A point source of light is used in an experiment on photoelectric effect. Which of the following curves best represents the variation of photo current (i) with distance (d) of the source from the emitter


(a) a
(b) b
(c) c
(d) d

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The stopping potential V0 versus frequency (v) plot of a substance is shown in figure the threshold wave length is

(a) 5×1014 m

(b) 6000Å

(c) 5000 Å

(d) Can not be estimated from given data

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Figure represents a graph of kinetic energy (K) of photoelectrons (in eV) and frequency (v) for a metal used as cathode in photoelectric experiment. The work function of metal is

(a) 1 eV

(b) 1.5 eV

(c) 2 eV

(d) 3 eV

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