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Question number: 1

» Classical Mechanics » Two Body Collisions » Scattering in Laboratory

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In deep inelastic scattering electrons are scattered off protons to determine if a proton has any internal structure. The energy of the electron for this must be at least (December)

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After a perfectly elastic collision of two identical balls, one of which was initially at rest, the velocities of both the balls are non – zero. The angle between the final velocities (in the lab frame) is: (December)

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