Question

Consider an incident beam of 10^4, 2.4 MeV photons on a block of
carbon of thickness 3 × 10^23electrons/cm^2(or 5 ×
10^22atoms/cm^2). A. The primary interaction between the
photon beam and the block of carbon is Compton scattering. What is
one way you could determine this? State a useful coefficient for
this interaction. B. What is the number of Compton
interactions? C. How much energy is diverted from the
incident beam? D. Calculate the energy transferred to the
kinetic energy of charged particles, and the energy that is
scattered. (Hint: these quantities should add to equal the total
energy diverted from the incident beam.)

Answer #1

am giving compton explantation:

now just put the value in compton formula and find the answer.

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