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## Problem 31P Chapter 27

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Problem 31P

Problem 30P

X-rays of wavelength λ = 0.120 nm are scattered from carbon. What is the Compton wavelength shift for photons detected at angles (relative to the incident beam) of (a) 45°, (b) 90°, (c) 180°?

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PHY 184 Lecture Notes Week 1 8/31-9/2 Fundamental Forces  There are four fundamental forces in Physics o Gravitational o Electromagnetic  These forces operate at an infinite range o Weak Force o Strong Force  These forces only operate within short distances  All physical interactions are the cumulative...

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