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pho•to•e•lec•tric•i•ty



Pronunciation: (fō"tō-i-lek-tris'i-tē, -ē"lek-), [key]
n. Physics.
1. electricity induced by electromagnetic radiation, as in certain processes, as the photoelectric and photovoltaic effects, photoconductivity, and photoionization.
2. the branch of physics that deals with these phenomena.

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photoelectric effectphotoelectric meter
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