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P197* An electron is enclosed in a large rectangular box. Estimate the order of magnitude of the thickness of the layer (at the bottom of the box) which, as a result of gravitational effects, is occupied by the electron. P198* Classically, the Coulomb field of an atomic nucleus could confine an electron to that nucleus. However, the Heisenberg uncertainty principle prescribes such a high kinetic energy for an electron enclosed in such a small space that it would escape from the nucleus in any case.
Gravity can be ignored. P194 In an experiment on Compton scattering, stationary electrons are bombarded by photons whose energy is equal to the rest energy of an electron. For events in which the scattered photon and the recoil electron have momenta of the same magnitude, find the angle between them. What is the speed of the recoil electron in this case? P195 X-ray photons are scattered through an angle of 90° by electrons initially at rest. What is the change in the wavelength of the photons? P196 Imagine a 'classical electron' as a small, spherical ball.
What is the change in the wavelength of the photons? P196 Imagine a 'classical electron' as a small, spherical ball. What is its minimum radius, if its electrostatic energy is not to be greater than its total rest energy, mc2 ? What is its angular velocity if its angular momentum is h/(4n)? To what 'equatorial speed' does this correspond, if the whole of the electron's rest energy is provided by the electrostatic field? P197* An electron is enclosed in a large rectangular box. Estimate the order of magnitude of the thickness of the layer (at the bottom of the box) which, as a result of gravitational effects, is occupied by the electron.