﻿ An electron and its antiparticle are annihilated after collision. How much energy will be obtained? What will be the wavelength of the emitted radiation (energy)? (Mass of electron , speed of light  and Planck’s constant ) : Kaysons Education

# An Electron And Its Antiparticle Are Annihilated After Collision. How Much Energy Will Be Obtained? What Will Be The Wavelength Of The Emitted Radiation (energy)? (Mass Of Electron , Speed Of Light  and Planck’s Constant )

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## Question

### Solution

Correct option is

0.024 Å

The annihilation equation is

(electron)        (positron)

The mass annihilation in this process is

According to energy-mass relation, the energy released is

= 1.02 MeV.

Tow -photon are produced in this process, hence energy of each photon is

The wavelength corresponding to it is

= 0.024 Å.

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