Compton shift depends on which of the following? a) Incident radiation b) Nature of scattering substance c) Angle of scattering d) Amplitude of frequency

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Compton shift depends on which of the following?
a) Incident radiation
b) Nature of scattering substance
c) Angle of scattering
d) Amplitude of frequency
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smeachtaczm
Answered 2022-11-13 Author has 14 answers
The shift in wavelength arises in Compton effect.
λ = h m c ( 1 cos θ )
As the above equation doesn't contain incident radiation as well as the nature of scattering substance, change in wavelength is also independent of these parameters.
The shift depends on the angle of scattering only.
Answer c) Angle of scattering
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