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JoeyBob

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- Homework Statement
- see attached

- Relevant Equations
- p = h/wavelenghth

So the initial wavelength gives the total momentum, p=h/11.2p. Which is 59.161y.

Then I tried to substract the momentum from the scattered light to get the momentum of the electron.

59.161y-h/13.6p, which ends up being 0.4872 as the final answer, but the answer is supposed to be 0.77?

Then I tried to substract the momentum from the scattered light to get the momentum of the electron.

59.161y-h/13.6p, which ends up being 0.4872 as the final answer, but the answer is supposed to be 0.77?