What is high energy electron scattering?
Question like this is meaningless without context. What is "high energy" in one situation is "low energy" in another. You need to put almost some effort in explaning your question if you wish the rest of us to put in some effort into giving you valid and thoughtful responses.
sorry, but I dont really know how to question this. it is just that my teacher have asked me to research about it, but i cant find anything relevant on the other website, so i asked at this forum.
What is the level of education this is at? That is certainly a relevant piece of information that the rest of us need to know.
this is at A-level
As ZapperZ indicated, there is an energy dependence on the resolution. The higher the energy, the shorter the wave length of the electron.
These should get one started -
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