In 1921, Einstein was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics for discovering the photoelectric effect. Since then, it has commonly appeared in intro physics classes and (possibly) on every C/P section of the MCAT. While understanding the concepts for this effect is not too challenging, students often find themselves lost with the math and units. Join us for this high yield webinar on the most tested MCAT C/P equation and concept.
At a glance
Calculate with E = hf
Handle scientific notation and common unit conversions
Calculate maximum KE of a photoelectron
Apply the photoelectric effect concepts to experimental set up and graphs
The properties of light and the E/M spectrum
E = hf
Frequency vs intensity
How work function incorporates into the photoelectric effect
How the photoelectric effect bridges atomic chemistry and waves concepts in physics
On the MCAT
The photoelectric effect is consistently tested on the C/P section and you shouldn't be surprised to see one or more passages about it on your test. The test writers also know that E = hf calculations can slow students down, so they like to use them to disorient you!
No need to memorize constants like h for the test
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