Why alkali metals are suitable to photoelectric emmission?, Chemistry

AS THIS ALKALI METALS HAS LARGE SIZE AND LESS IONISATION ENERGY THEY LOSE THEIR OUTERMOST ELECTRON EASILY.

PHOTOELECTRIC EFFECT MEANS EJECTION OF ELECTRONS FROM A METAL WHEN THEY EXPOSED TO SUNLIGHT.

SO,THESE ALKALI METALS ARE SUITABLE TO THIS PHOTOELECTRIC EFFECT.

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Between all metals alkali metals have certainly lesser work function than other metals.

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