Stoletov's law

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Stoletov's law (or the first law of photoeffect) for photoelectric effect establishes the direct proportionality between the intensity of electromagnetic radiation acting on a metallic surface and the photocurrent induced by this radiation. The law was discovered by Aleksandr Stoletov in 1888.[1][2][3]

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  1. ^ Stoletow, A. (1888). "Sur une sorte de courants electriques provoques par les rayons ultraviolets". Comptes Rendus CVI: 1149.  (Reprinted in Stoletow, M.A. (1888). "On a kind of electrical current produced by ultra-violet rays". Philosophical Magazine Series 5 26 (160): 317. doi:10.1080/14786448808628270. ; abstract in Beibl. Ann. d. Phys. 12, 605, 1888).
  2. ^ Stoletow, A. (1888). "Sur les courants actino-electriqies au travers deTair". Comptes Rendus CVI: 1593.  (Abstract in Beibl. Ann. d. Phys. 12, 723, 1888).
  3. ^ Stoletow, A. (1888). "Suite des recherches actino-electriques". Comptes Rendus CVII: 91.  (Abstract in Beibl. Ann. d. Phys. 12, 723, 1888).