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comment Photoelectric effect high frequency limit?
I guess the work function will also change increasing the energy. Might be wrong but at high energy only the core electrons will have high enough cross section to interact with the photons. The question is if the binding energy of the most tightly bound electron is 1000eV let say, would a photon do anything to the material if it has significantly higher energy and do not interact anymore?
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comment Max temperature that can be obtained from radiation source when nonlinear interaction with matter is important?
There are many issues, but the question is about the temperature limit and the entropy.
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comment Max temperature that can be obtained from radiation source when nonlinear interaction with matter is important?
Here the re-radiation will come from electrons returning to their ions and radiation is at 24eV and 54eV lets say for simplicity. It looks hotter somehow to me.
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comment Max temperature that can be obtained from radiation source when nonlinear interaction with matter is important?
Sun was an example, the heating is through radiation away from the source.
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comment Max temperature that can be obtained from radiation source when nonlinear interaction with matter is important?
Not related to the question. Any wavelength is ionizing radiation provided it can have the peak intensity to overcome the binding potential of the electron.
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