﻿ What is the significance of the photoelectric effect? A. it found that you could form a typical diffraction pattern with either high or low intensity light B. it gave evidence for the particle nature of light C. the wave nature of light is a probability statement of where photons are going to be D. it gave evidence that light could be either a wave or a particle - AssignmentGrade.com

# What is the significance of the photoelectric effect? A. it found that you could form a typical diffraction pattern with either high or low intensity light B. it gave evidence for the particle nature of light C. the wave nature of light is a probability statement of where photons are going to be D. it gave evidence that light could be either a wave or a particle

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The answer is B. It gave evidence for the PARTICULATE nature of light.

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