λChmc==×⋅××=×=−−−6 626 109109 102 426 102 43343112.(...Jskg)(2.998 10 m / s)mpm.8(b) Since the mass of a proton is m= 1.673 ×10–27kg, its Compton wavelength is λC==−−−6 626 101673 101321 10132342715.kg)(2.998 10 m / s)mfm.8(c) We note that hc= 1240 eV·nm, which gives E= (1240 eV·nm)/λ, where Eis the energy and λis the wavelength. Thus for the electron,
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