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1. 1.  REPRESENTED BY ABDUL SALIM Govt. Engineering College, Ajmer B.Tech(Computer Science) 1st year(2nd semester) Compton Effect
2. 2.  Introduction  Theory  Compton Shift  Direction of recoil electron  Kinetic energy of recoil electron  Experimental demonstration
3. 3. Introduction In 1923, Compton’s Experiment Of X-ray Scattering From Electrons Provided The Direct Experimental Proof For Einstein’s Concept Of Photons. Einstein’s Concept Of Photons Photon Energy: E = hv Photon Momentum P: = E/c = hv/c=h/. Compton’s Apparatus To Study Scattering Of X-rays From Electrons A.H. Compton
4. 4. THEORY for elastic collision Total energy of the = Total energy after system before collision collision hv+m₀c²=hv´+mc²  according to compton  electron scattered by photon  collision is elastic  e gains some kinetic energy & recoil at angle Ф  photon is recoil at angle θ
5. 5. e‾P Collision Electron at restphoton
6. 6. e‾P Collision
7. 7. e‾P Collision Elastic collision e‾ gain kinetic energy
8. 8. e‾ P Collision Elastic collision Θ Ф
9. 9. e‾ P Collision Θ Ф
10. 10. e‾ P Collision Θ Ф E′=hv′ P=hv′/c K.E=mc² P=mv
11. 11. Derivation For elastic collision According to momentum conservation along the direction of incident photon; hv/c + 0 = hv´cosθ/c + mvcosΦ Perpendicular to the direction of incident photon; 0 = hv´sinθ/c - mvsinΦ h(v - v´) + m₀c² = mc² m = ___m₀____ √1-v²/c²     cos12  hhhhcme
12. 12. Continuing on And using v=c/λ we arrive at the Compton effect And h/mc is called the Compton wavelength )cos1(2       cm h e   cos1 cm h e m cm h e C 12 1043.2  
13. 13. Summarizing and adding a few other useful results are                            2 tan1cot cos11 cos1 2 2       cm hv hhT cm hv hv h cm h e e e e Total kinetic energy
14. 14. Kinetic Energy of Recoil Electron According to energy conservation law K.E = hv - hv´ = hv(1 - v´/v) v´ 1 V 1 + α(1 – cosθ) 2hvαsin²θ/2 1 + 2αsin²θ/2 K.E = α = hv/m₀c² When θ = π(Back scattering) (K.E)max = 2αhv/(1+2α) When θ = π/2 K.E = hvα/(1+α) When θ = 0 (No scattering) K.E = 0
15. 15. Direction of recoil electron mvcsinΦ hv´sinθ mvccosΦ hv - hv´cosθ = =tanΦ sinθ v/v´ - cosθ tanΦ = = sinθ (1+α)(1 – cosθ) cotθ/2 1 + hv/m₀c² tanΦ =
16. 16. Special case When θ=0 cos 0 =1 ∆λ=λ˛(1 - cos θ) = 0 When θ=π/2 cos π/2 = 0 ∆λ=λ˛(1 - cos θ) = λ˛ When θ=π cosπ= -1 ∆λ=λ˛(1 - cos θ) =2λ˛ No scattering Scattering perpendicular Back scattering
17. 17. Results of Compton’s scattering experiment
18. 18.  Experimental intensity-versus- wavelength plots for four scattering angles .  The graphs for the three nonzero angles show two peaks, one at 0 and one at ’ > 0.  The shifted peak at ’ is caused by the scattering of x-rays from free electrons.  Compton shift equation: Compton’s prediction for the shift in wavelength ’ - 0 = (h/mec)(1 – cos ).  h/mec = 0.00243 nm
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