How did Einstein come up with the solution of The Photoelectric Effect?

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This video delves into the photoelectric effect, discussing how Einstein’s ideas challenged prevailing scientific beliefs. Initially, Einstein asserted that light’s particulate nature was intrinsic, not just a description of its interactions. Planck initially resisted this notion, believing light quanta were only relevant during absorption or emission, not in a vacuum. Despite their disagreement, Planck later recommended Einstein for a prestigious position, acknowledging his merit despite reservations about some of his ideas.


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