Please show set and calculations. 1. Wave-particle duality Use the de-Broglie relations to compute the wavelengths and frequencies associated with (a) a photon with energy of 1keV (b) a ball of mass 10g moving with speed 10m/s (c) a neutron with a kinetic energy of 0.05eV.
An electron and a proton are each accelerated through a potential difference of 10.0 million volts. a) What is the kinetic energy of the electron? What is the kinetic energy of the proton? b) Calculate the momentum (MeV/c) of the proton using classical equations. c) Calculate the momentum (MeV/c) of the proton using relati
A proton (m=1.67*10^-27kg) is being accelerated along a straight line at 3.6*10^5 m/sec ^2 in a machine. If the proton has an inital speed of 2.4*10^7 m/sec: What is the final velocity after traveling for 2 sec? What is the force acting on the proton? What is the increase in its kinectic energy?
An electron (mass m = 9.11E-31 kg) is accelerated in the uniform field E (E = 1.64E+4 N/C) between two parallel charged plates. The separation of the plates is 1.33 cm. The electron is accelerated from rest near the negative plate and passes through a tiny hole in the positive plate, as seen in the figure above. With what speed
The kinetic Energy (K) of a moving object varies jointly with its mass (m) and the square of its velocity (v). If an object weighing 90 kilograms and moving with a velocity of 20 meters per second has a kinetic energy of 4500 Joules, find its kinetic energy when the velocity is 32 meters per second.
In the Tevatron accelerator/storage ring at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, two beams of protons travel in opposite directions each with a total energy of 1 TeV and interact. Since these beams have momenta of equal magnitude but opposite direction, they interact in their center of momentum inertial frame. Hence s2 =
Consider a classical "degree of freedom" that is linear rather than quadratic: E = c|q| for some constant c. (An example would be the kinetic energy of a highly relativistic particle in one dimension, written in terms of its momentum.) Repeat the derivation of the equipartition theorem for this system, and show that the average
This is problem 12.34 from Griffiths' third edition of Electrodynamics: In the past, most experiments in particle physics involved stationary targets: one particle (usually a proton or an electron) was accelerated to a high energy E, and collided with a target particle at rest (Fig12.29a). Far higher relative energies are o
A spring with a force constant of 544 N/m is compressed a distance of 38cm. Find the resulting increase in the spring's mass. Answer provided is 4.4 x 10^-16 kg.
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See the attached file. Relativistic Energy and Momentum Learning Goal: To learn to calculate energy and momentum for relativistic particles and, from the relativistic equations, to find relations between a particle's energy and its momentum through its mass. The relativistic momentum and energy E of a particle with mass m
1) plancks constant and work function 2) photon energy, electron kinetic, direction
Calculate the speed of an electron ehose kinetic energy is twice as large as its rest mass energy. Express V in C ( light speed). (Relativistic kinetic energy) P.S. Please help me with this as detailed as possible so I can understand the entire process. Thank you.
(a) Show that the kinetic energy of a nonrelativistic particle can be written in terms of its momentum as KE = P2 (squared)/2m. (b) Use the results of (a) to find the minimum kinetic energy of a proton confined within a nucleus having a diameter of 1.0 x 10-15 m.