The following timeline describes the progression of photovoltaic technology based on what physicists call the "photoelectric effect" of various elements.
After his discovery, physicists soon discovered the photovoltaic effects of selenium, and in 1904 Einstein published a paper describing the photoelectric effect that later won him the Nobel prize in 1923.
As individual photons (light) from a dimly lit room or night scene enter the goggles, they strike a photoelectric plate, which uses the "photoelectric effect" to convert those photons into electrons, or electricity.
As reebok Nike the headliner photoelectric phenomena cannot passage of electricity.
photocathode material) via the photoelectric effect.
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photoelectric aperture photometry or from CCD photometry with the Whipple Observatory 24 inch.
photoelectric attenuation coefficient for subsequent X-rays.
Some entries are from photoelectric aperture photometry or from CCD photometry with the Whipple Observatory 24 inch.
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