Ok, so would the new x component momentum for the photon be h/λ2 * Cosθ? Or is there something I'm missing?
And would the initial y components for the photon and electron be zero?
As for the final y components would they be:
Ppfy= h/λ2 * sinθ?
Pefy= p sinψ?
So, in total:
I have a vague idea of what I'm supposed to be doing but I'm just so horrible at this.
Ok, here's my attempt:
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