Monday, 27 August 2012

Compton Effect, Compton Scattering, Law of Conservation, X-Ray Scattering


When a beam of Monochromatic X-Ray is made on a block of graphic and measured the wavelength of the scattered radiation at different scattering angles. The scattered X-Ray beam consist of two wavelength are with the same wavelength as that of the incident beams and was called unmodified radiation while the other with slightly higher wavelength which is known as modified radiation. This phenomenon known as Compton Effect and the change in wavelength is known as Compton Shift.

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