An X-rays photon of wavelength and frequency v collides with an electron and bounces off. If are respectively the wavelength and frequency of the scattered photon, then
Due to collision, the energy of the scattered photon will be less than that of the incident photon an some energy is lost in the collision. Now . Thus if E decreases v decreases and increases. Hence .
An X-ray photon has a wavelength of 0.02 Å. Its momentum is
The potential difference applied to an X-ray tube is increased. As s result, in the emitted radiation,
In an X-ray tube, electrons accelerated through a very high potential difference strike a metal target. If the potential difference is increased, the speed of the emitted X-rays
The operating voltage in an X-ray tube is 10 kV. The maximum energy of the emitted X-ray photons will be
An X-ray tube is operated at 66 kV. Then, in the continuous spectrum of the emitted X-rays
The minimum wavelength of X-rays produced in an X-ray tube is when the operating voltage is V. What is minimum wavelength of the X-rays when the operating voltage is ?
The maximum frequency of X-rays produced in an X-ray tube is v when the operating voltage is V. What is the maximum frequency of the X-rays when the operating voltage is ?
X-rays are incident normally on a crystal of lattice constant 0.6 nm. The first order reflection on diffraction from the crystal occurs at an angle of 30o. What is the wavelength of X-rays used?
The wavelength of line from an element of atomic number 41 is . Then the wavelength of line of an element of atomic number 21 is
The binding energy of the innermost electron in tungsten is 40 keV. To produce characteristics X-rays using a tungsten target in an X-ray tube, the accelerating voltage should be greater than