1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data When light of wavelength 630 nm is directed onto a photocell, electrons are emitted at a rate of 2.6 *10 raised -12 C/s. Assume that each photon that impinges on the photocell emits one electron. How many photons per second are striking the photocell? How much energy per second is the photocell absorbing? 2. Relevant equations c = nu * lambda E = h * nu 3. The attempt at a solution (1) I determine the frequency. (2) I already have the energy given off. How do I relate this to number of electrons given off and the amount of energy the photocell is absorbing? I don't see the connection here. And I didn't see anything like this in the text.