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As the title suggests

I tried to use the photoelectric equation and convert it into conservation of momentum equation but something's not fitting in.

We know that the initial momentum of the electron and the final momentum of the photon would be zero.

Is there any other way?

Please help.

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# How can we prove that Conservation of Momentum exists in Photoeectric Effect

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