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    A relativistic proton collides head on with an orbital electron; calculate the maximum transferred energy.

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    Note that we assumed the electron to be at rest prior the collision, the expression is true for any type of particle that collides with the ...

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    The expert examines relativistic protons colliding head on with an orbit electron. Calculations for the maximum transferred energy are provided.