Collision of phonon and electron with an atom


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Nov7-11, 08:05 AM
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Hello
Is there a diffrence (from the momentum transfer aspect) between the collision of electron with an atom and the collision of photon with an atom?
Can you give me a referance for information about it and also give me brief explantion?
thank you
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