# Exploring the Photoelectric Effect: The Relationship Between h and e

• hemant4physic
In summary, the conversation discusses a homework statement about finding the relationship between h and e, and the attempt at solving it. The person asking the question is confused and asks for help, while the person responding points out the relationship between h and e in regards to the photoelectric effect.
hemant4physic

## Homework Statement

if h/m = 4.8, then what will e/m be ?

## Homework Equations

i don't is dere any relatrion betweem h and e?

## The Attempt at a Solution

2.5+0.8 but mah answer is wrong or process

hemant4physic said:

## Homework Statement

if h/m = 4.8, then what will e/m be ?

## Homework Equations

i don't is dere any relatrion betweem h and e?

## The Attempt at a Solution

2.5+0.8 but mah answer is wrong or process

There is a relationship between h and e. How do you explain the photoelectric effect?

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