All the books and internet articles I have read so far claimed that the stopping potential and the maximum kinetic energy attained by a photoelectron is independent of the intensity with which the light emanates. But stopping potential is proportional to the frequency of light and,
- $n$ = number of photons incident per unit time
- $h$ = Planck's Constant
- $\nu$ = the frequency of light
- $A$ = area
How does this make sense?