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    When a clean chromium surface is irradiated with 237-nm light, the maximum kinetic energy of an ejected electron is 1.173?0^−19 J. What is the longest wavelength of light that can be used to dislodge electrons from the surface of chromium? Give your answer in nanometers, nm. (1 nm = 1?0−9 m)

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