|Jun2-08, 07:28 AM||#1|
finding velocity using fermi energy...
i have a question where i am given the fermi energy and work function of a samplen, i need the velocity of an escaping electron, am i correct in saying i can use the following formula?
h-bar.w = kinetic + work function
were i substitute the fermi energy for the kinetic energy? therefore finding w and then velocity...
it seems like such a trivial question but i cant seem to convince myself that is correct.
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