Q. What happens if we bombard an atom with photons?

What happens if we bombard an atom with photons?

I had this dream this morning about experimenting how many photos we can shoot at the same spot, got me thinking what happens if we shoot lots of photons at the same atom? can we strip it from all of its electrons?

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Apr, 2018

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  • pmahajan18

    If we bombarded, the photon on atoms, the electron on the surface of atoms are ejected.


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