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A photon of wavelength 4.88 pm scatters at an angle of 102 degrees from an initially stationary, unbound electron. What is the de Broglie wavelength of the electron after the photon has been scattered?

de Broglie wavelength: pm

Answer #1

A photon of wavelength 5.23 pm5.23 pm scatters at an angle of
162∘162∘ from an initially stationary, unbound electron. What is
the de Broglie wavelength of the electron after the photon has been
scattered?

A photon of wavelength 5.58 pm scatters at an angle of 122° from
an initially stationary, unbound electron. What is the de Broglie
wavelength(in pm) of the electron after the photon has been
scattered??
Notice: Answer is not (9.29, 2.12, 2.06, nor 4.11)pm
Explanation:
The de Broglie wavelength of a massive particle is related to
its momentum in the same way that a photon's momentum is related to
its wavelength.
The well-known Compton scattering relationship gives the final
wavelength of...

1) A laboratory oven that contains oxygen molecules O 2 and
fluorine molecules F 2 is maintained at a constant temperature.
Each fluorine molecule is 1.13 times as massive as an oxygen
molecule. Find the ratio of the de Broglie wavelength of the oxygen
molecule to that of the fluorine molecule, λ O 2 / λ F 2 , assuming
that each molecule has kinetic energy 3 2 k T .
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ϕ = ____ (units)

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nm
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°

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