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Find the momentum of a 13.6-MeV gamma ray; a 28-keV X ray; a 4.0-μm infrared photon;...

Find the momentum of a 13.6-MeV gamma ray; a 28-keV X ray; a 4.0-μm infrared photon; a 213-MHz radio-wave photon. Express the momentum in kg · m/s and eV/c.

(a) 13.6-MeV gamma ray (b) a 28-KeV X ray (c) a 4.0-μm infrared photon (d) a 213-MHz radio-wave photon

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