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If this value a satisfy the equation, then a is a solution for that equation. ( or we can say that for the value a the equation is true)
"Figure out this mathematical equation" "This is how to figure out an equation" "An equation is something widely used in mathematics."
E(photon energy)=K.E+Work Function
stability of atoms line spectrum of hydrogen atom compton effect photoelectric effect black body radiation
Robert Andrews Millikan, Born 22 March 1868, Died19 December 1953. American physicist who measured the charge of the electron, proving Einsteins photoelectric equation.
No, Albert Einstein won the 1921 Nobel Prize in physics for his work on the Photoelectric Effect. His findings on the subject were published in 1905.
He was a theoretical physicist. His most famous works are: -general and special theory of relativity, from that to famous mass-energy equation: E = m*c^2 -clarification of photoelectric effect for which he received Nobel Prize in 1921
He was a famous scientist in the early to mid 20th century. He studied physics and won a Nobel Prize for his work on the photoelectric effect. Among his other achievements are the theories of Special and General Relativity, and the equivalence of matter and energy in the equation E = Mc2 AND FOR HIS FUNNY AND BIG HAIR.
An ohm-meter measures the basic resistance of any circuit; its ability to conduct electricity. Its basic use is for the equation "E/I*R" to explain further about how it is used you would need an electronic background to comprehend its use and that equation's use in electronics.
In the ion-electronic chemical equation Cr+3 + e-1 => Cr+2, the Cr+3 ion is reduced.
It is an equation. It could be an algebraic equation, or a trigonometric equation, a differential equation or whatever, but it is still an equation.
A parallel plate capacitor is an electrical component which can store charge. The charge is stored according to the equation: qo = q(1-e-t/RC) [in a charginr circuit.]
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