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A photon, an electron, & a uranium nucleus have same wavelength. Then the one with the most energy would be(a) photon(b) electron (c) uranium nucleus (d) depends upon the wavelength & the properties of the particle

A photon, an electron, & a uranium nucleus have same wavelength. Then the one with the most energy would be(a) photon(b) electron (c) uranium nucleus (d) depends upon the wavelength & the properties of the particle

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Umakant biswal
5359 Points
4 years ago
dear sagnik 
all the three have same wavelength , therefore same momentum , for example P . 
energy of photon , E=PC , 
therefore energy of photon will be maximum . 
so, option no 1 turns out to be the correct option . 
hope it clears 
regards 
 

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