1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data From the following graph determine the experimental value of the h/e ratio and the work function of the metal. ( 1 Joule = 6.242 x 1018 eV ) https://chip.physics.purdue.edu/protected/Prelab221img/e9pp41.jpg The work function Wo in eV from the y-intercept of the stopping voltage Vs vs. frequency f graph = ______ eV I already found the slope (h/e value) to be 3.73e-15 V*s which is correct according to the the online homework. 2. Relevant equations I would assume that all I need is e = 1.60e-19 C to get eV from V. 3. The attempt at a solution The Y-int appears to be around .64 V (I used this value to help get the slope so it should be correct) so I multiply that by e to get 1.02e-19 eV. However, this answer is not correct, what am I doing wrong?