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Given that

Light intensity I = 10^{-5} W m^{-2}

Surface area of sodium photo-cell A = 2 cm^2 = 2 * 10^{-4} m^2

Number of layers n = 5

Work function of the metal \phi = 2 eV

Step 1: Finding the number of conduction electrons

Effective atomic area of a sodium atom A_e = 10^{-20} m^2

Number of conduction electrons n_e = n * \frac{A}{A_e}

n_e = 5 * \frac{2 * 10^{-4}}{10^{-20}}

n_e = 10^{17}

Step 2: The amount of energy consumed per second of the electron

Power of the incident light P = I * A

P = 10^{-5} * 2 * 10^{-4}

P = 2* 10^{-9} W

Relation between power and energy of photon

P = nE

Number of photons per second E=\frac{P}{n_e}

E = \frac{2* 10^{-9}}{10^{17}}

E = 2* 10^{-26} J/s

Step 3: Time needed for photoelectric emissions

Time   t = \frac{\phi}{E}

t = \frac{2 ev}{2* 10^{-26}} = \frac{2 * 1.6 * 10^{-19}}{2* 10^{-26}}

t =1.67* 10^{7} s

t = 0.507 years

The time needed for photoelectric emission is almost half a year, which is not realistic. Thus, the description of the wave is in conflict with the experiment.