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Early Quantum Theory A photon of wavelength 2x10 -14 m, hits a stationary particle of mass 3.33x10 -27 kg, breaking it into two identical pieces that...

Early Quantum Theory

A photon of wavelength 2x10-14m, hits a stationary particle of mass 3.33x10-27 kg, breaking it into two identical pieces that depart at 82.3*(angle) from the photon's direction

of motion. The photon disappears in the process.

(a) Find the speeds and masses of the pieces.

(b) Does KE increase, decrease, or remain constant?

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