ch39-p035 - 35. (a) Since energy is conserved, the energy E...

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() 31 22 13.6eV 13.6eV 12.1eV . EE E =−= = (b) The photon momentum is given by p E c == × × 121 160 10 300 10 645 10 19 8 27 .. . eV J eV ms kg m s bg ch (c) Using hc = 1240 eV · nm, the wavelength is 1240eV nm 102nm . 12.1eV hc E λ= = = 35. (a) Since energy is conserved, the energy E of the photon is given by
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