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    The Compton wavelength for a particle is given by the equation

     = h/(m0c) here l is the rest mass of the particle.

    (a) The Compton wavelength for a proton is ...

    Solution Summary

    Three questions regarding the wavelength of proton, photon and the rest mass energy relation are solved.