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An X-ray scattering from a free electron is observed to change its wavelength by 3.22 pm. Find the direction of propagation of the scattered electron, given that the incident X-ray has a wavelength of 0.530 nm and propagates in the positive x direction.

Answer #1

An incident x-ray photon is scattered from a free
electron that is initially at rest. The photon is scattered
straight back at an angle of 180? from its initial direction. The
wavelength of the scattered photon is 8.80×10?2 nm .
(A) What is the wavelength of the incident photon?
(B) What is the magnitude of the momentum of the
electron after the collision?

An X-ray photon is scattered at an angle of = 180.0°
from an electron that is initially at rest. After scattering, the
electron has a speed of 4.80 × 106 m/s. Find the
wavelength of the incident X-ray photon.

An X-ray photon is scattered at an angle of θ=180.0° from an
electron that is initially at rest. After scattering, the electron
has a speed of 4.67 × 10^6 m/s. Find the wavelength of the incident
X-ray photon.

Consider the process of Compton scattering. A photon of
wavelength λ is scattered off a free electron initially at
rest. Let λ’ be the wavelength of the photon scattered in
a direction θ relative to the photon incident
direction.
(a) Find λ’ in terms of λ and θ and
universal constants.
(b) Find the kinetic energy of the recoiled electron.

Some x-ray photons with a wavelength of 0.124-nm in a
Compton-scattering
experiment. (a) At what angle is the wavelength of the
scattered rays 1.0% longer than
that of the incident x rays? (b) At what angle is it 0.050%
longer?

An X-Ray photon with an energy of E = 128 keV undergoes Compton
Scattering at an angle of θ = 33°. What is the wavelength
(λ0) of the incident photon (in nm)? Use h = 4.136 x
10-15 eVs and c = 3 x 108 m/s.
What is the wavelength (λ') of the scattered photon (in nm)?
What is the energy (E’) if the scattered photon (in keV)? Use h
= 4.136 x 10-15 eVs and c = 3 x...

In a Compton scattering experiment, an x-ray photon scatters
through an angle of 19.8° from a free electron that is initially at
rest. The electron recoils with a speed of 2,600 km/s.
(a) Calculate the wavelength of the incident photon.
nm
(b) Calculate the angle through which the electron scatters.
°

In a Compton scattering experiment, an x-ray photon scatters
through an angle of 13.4° from a free electron that is initially at
rest. The electron recoils with a speed of 1,560 km/s.
(a) Calculate the wavelength of the incident photon. In nm
(b) Calculate the angle through which the electron scatters.

Modern Physics:
What will be the detected wavelength of an 8 pm x-ray scattered
from an electron at 120o?

In a Compton scattering experiment, an x-ray photon scatters
through an angle of 18.2° from a free electron that is initially at
rest. The electron recoils with a speed of 1,800 km/s.
(a) Calculate the wavelength of the incident photon. (nm)
(b) Calculate the angle through which the electron scatters.
(degrees)

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