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T. U/rev, P/is Rev. ] - ev Then, defining m = (/Xm, we have Maximum \ = Iii',,, - V° a = ph ( oton energy / - Kinetic energy (of incident electron) 15) Experimental data on this relationship are shown in Figure 1-9b. The phenomenon resembles the photoelectric effect in reverse. We get the maximum possible photon energy when all the kinetic energy of an incident electron is converted into the energy of a single photon. The work function does not appear in this simple statement of the Duane-Hunt law because it is almost negligible in comparison to the electron and photon energies involved (of the order of 0.

164 g/cm:1. (a) Calculate the volume of 1 mole of crystalline NaCl. (b) Using the fact that I mole of NaCI contains Avogadro's number N of sodium ions and N chloride ions, calculate the spacing d of the ions in the lattice. 82 A. Elliptic orbits in the Thomson atom. In Section 1-4 on the Thomson atom it is stated that any orbit of the electron within the 1-6 positive-charge sphere has the same frequency as that of the linear oscillation discussed in the text. (a) Generalize the analysis of Section 1-4 to show that the vector force on the electron inside the positive-charge sphere is given by the expression F = - (qQ/R:;) r with symbols defined in that section.

Elliptic orbits in the Thomson atom. In Section 1-4 on the Thomson atom it is stated that any orbit of the electron within the 1-6 positive-charge sphere has the same frequency as that of the linear oscillation discussed in the text. (a) Generalize the analysis of Section 1-4 to show that the vector force on the electron inside the positive-charge sphere is given by the expression F = - (qQ/R:;) r with symbols defined in that section. ). 1-7 Quantization of circular omits in the Thomson atom. Kr 2.

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