1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data X-ray photons of wavelength 0.02480 nm are incident on a target and the compton-scattered photons are observed at 90 degrees.(a) What is the wavelength of the scattered photons?(b) What is the momentum of the incident photon and scattered photon? (c) What is the kinetic energy of the scattered electrons?(d) what is the momentum (direction and magnitude) of the scattered electrons? 2. Relevant equations 1/E'-1/E = 1/mc^2(1-cos(theta)) E=pc 3. The attempt at a solution (lamda)'/hc-(lamda)/hc = 1/mc^2(1-cos(90)) (where mc^2 equals .511) the (lamda)'=hc/.511(1-cos(90))+.02480 = .2426e-11 nm then for b. E=pc so p=E/c=h/(.02480)=2.67e-23 and p'=E'/c=h/(lamda)'=6.626e-34/2.46200e-21=2.69e-13. c then is E=pc=8.01e-15 = Rest Energy and E'=p'c=(2.69e-13)(3e8)=8.07e-5 then K=E-rest energy = 8.07e-5-8.01e-15=8.07e-5. Finally d is P=sqrt(2.69e-23^2+2.67e-23)=7.3212e-12 Is any of this correct if not where did i go wrong I think my methods are correct I am not sure about my units?