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###### In the photoelectric effect; the greater the work functionthe greater the speed of an electronb) the easier an electron is releasedthe more strongly an electron is held to the metalnone of the above

In the photoelectric effect; the greater the work function the greater the speed of an electron b) the easier an electron is released the more strongly an electron is held to the metal none of the above

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