# Get Ahead in Compton effect: Expert Guidance and Real-World Applications

Recent questions in Compton effect
Destiney Barrett 2023-01-09

## The value of Planck's constant is $6.63×{10}^{-34}$ js. The velocity of light is $3.0×{10}^{8}m{s}^{-1}$. Which value is closest to the wavelength in nanometers of a quantum of light with frequencty of $8×{10}^{15}{s}^{-1}$ 1) $3×{10}^{7}$2) $2×{10}^{-25}$3) $5×{10}^{-8}$4) $4×{10}^{1}$

fabianmartinOTQ 2022-11-26

## Mention the change in wave length of the photon after it collides with free electron?? Is the rule of particle can be applied here?

kituoti126 2022-11-18

## Aur beam having photon of energy 480 ev is incident on a foil of aluminium . If the photon is scattered at ${45}^{\circ }$ then calculate the energy of recall electron

piopiopioirp 2022-11-12

## Compton shift depends on which of the following?a) Incident radiationb) Nature of scattering substancec) Angle of scatteringd) Amplitude of frequency

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Neilarmstrong Arawi2022-11-11
Filloltarninsv9p 2022-11-11

## Why in Compton effect an electron (which is very lightly bounded) can't absorb whole energy of incident photon but in photoelectric effect the electron absorb whole energy of the incident photon? In Compton effect the electron is not totally free, if it absorb whole energy then it does not violet the basic postulate of relativity. But in this case we consider the collision of incident photon with the free electron (though it is not completely free) is elastic. Why it is not consider here some energy (though small) loss to free the electron from the metal?

tramolatzqvg 2022-11-06

## Since germanium has the required energy of 0.72 eV. to brake an electron free, what if a photon has say, 100 eV? would the photon (if reflected by the germanium) lose only 0.72 eV each time it hits a germanium atom, or lose more eV?

Arendrogfkl 2022-11-05

## You use x-ray photons of wavelength 0.251 nm in a Compton-scattering experiment. At a scattering angle of ${14.5}^{\circ }$, what is the increase in the wavelength of the scattered x rays compared to the incident x rays? Express your results in nm.

Jacoby Erickson 2022-10-27

## What kind of EM radiation best penetrate metals?

Paloma Sanford 2022-10-23

## Through what angle must a 0.2 MeV photon be scattered by a free electron in order for it to lose 10% of its energy?

Antwan Perez 2022-10-16

## If an x-ray source has an activity of ${10}^{9}$ becquerel then by the relation:is the Number of photons equal to ${10}^{9}$ ?

Valery Cook 2022-10-14

## I would like to know, please, regarding the photoelectric effect and the Compton effect, why is the following process dynamically impossible. I would like to know how to justify by words and also if there is some kind of mathematical demonstration. $\gamma +{e}^{-}\to {e}^{-}$

snaketao0g 2022-10-14

## Do photons lose energy due to interaction with the particles in a medium? If yes, then does the frequency of the component electromagnetic waves change? ( since energy of light is directly proportional to it's frequency)

Nayeli Osborne 2022-10-11

## What scattering angle in the Compton Effect produces a maximum change in frequency?

KesseTher12 2022-09-29

## If X-rays with a wavelength of $4.50×{10}^{-12}$ m are used in a Compton Effect experiment and are scattered at an angle of ${53.0}^{\circ }$. What is the wavelength of the scattered radiation?

ct1a2n4k 2022-09-27