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Titanium (6.94x10^-19) and silicon (7.77x10^-19) surfaces as irradiated with UV radiation with a wavelength of 231 nm. what is the wavelength of the electrons emitted by the titration surface?

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  1. What is a titration surface?
    What are the numbers by Ti and Si?

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