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What is the minimum energy that light radiation needs to have to cause the photoelectric effect on a metal plate?
a.
The minimum energy is directly proportional to the amplitude of light radiation.
b.
The minimum energy is not related to the frequency or amplitude of light radiation.
c.
The minimum energy is directly proportional to the frequency of light radiation.
d.
The minimum energy is inversely proportional to the frequency of light radiation.
e.
The minimum energy is inversely proportional to the amplitude of light radiation.

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