ch42-p013 - 13. (a) The de Broglie wavelength is given by =...

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should be smaller than the target, ideally a tenth of the diameter or less. 200-MeV electrons are perhaps at the lower limit in energy for useful probes. 13. (a) The de Broglie wavelength is given by λ = h / p , where p is the magnitude of the momentum. The kinetic energy K and momentum are related by Eq. 38-51, which yields pc K Kmc =+ = + = 22
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