Does anyone know how to determine the maximum photocurrent that could be produced by ejected electrons in a photoelectric effect experiment_(as unpolarized beam of light incidents on a metal surface)? I don't know of any formula that calculates the photocurrent and I could not derive any. I was given Power as 28.0mW; frequency of the beam is 7.4* 10^14Hz; and stopping potential Vs as 1.45V. - I calculated the wavelength of the beam of light as 405nm.(c/f); - Energy in the photon as 3.06eV. (hf) -Max speed of the electrons ejected as 7.1*10^5m/s. [sqrt(2K.E_max/mass)] -Work function as 1.61eV. (E_photon - KE_max) But I am not able to figure out a formula for determining the photocurrent. Thanks.