Question

In the Compton effect, a 0.128 nm photon strikes a free electron in a head-on collision and knocks it into the forward direction. The rebounding photon recoils directly backward.

**Part A**

Use conservation of (relativistic) energy and momentum to
determine the kinetic energy of the electron. Use the equation
p=Ec=hfc=h?. **K = eV**

**Part B**

Part complete

Determine the wavelength of the recoiling photon.

?? = |
0.133 | nm |

Answer #1

In the Compton effect, a 0.133 nm photon strikes a free electron
in a head-on collision and knocks it into the forward direction.
The rebounding photon recoils directly backward.
Use conservation of (relativistic) energy and momentum to
determine the kinetic energy of the electron.
Use the equation p=E/c=hf/c=h/λ.
K =
eV
Determine the wavelength of the recoiling photon.
λ′ =
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