The Compton Effect
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$$\lambda'=\lambda+\frac{h}{mc}(1\cos\theta)=\lambda+\lambda_{\rm C}(1\cos\theta)$$Latex Code
\lambda'=\lambda+\frac{h}{mc}(1\cos\theta)=\lambda+\lambda_{\rm C}(1\cos\theta)
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\lambda'=\lambda+\frac{h}{mc}(1\cos\theta)=\lambda+\lambda_{\rm C}(1\cos\theta)
Explanation
Latex code for The Compton Effect. If light is considered to consist of particles, the wavelength of scattered light can be derived as above. I will briefly introduce the notations in this formulation.
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