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Very much not an expert, but: if the frequency is higher the
photoelectrons come out with higher speed. Then,as long as the voltage is
below the stopping potential, wouldn't a larger number of the electrons
happen to be moving in a direction that lets them make it across the gap to
the other electrode? So though there are not more electrons being
liberated, we do see a higher current?