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Diagonal of the parallelogram when sides and cosine β are given
Diagonal 1=sqrt((Side A)^2+(Side B)^2-2*Side A*Side B*cos(Theta)) GO
Diagonal of the parallelogram when sides and cosine β are given
Diagonal 2=sqrt((Side A)^2+(Side B)^2+2*Side A*Side B*cos(Theta)) GO
The radius of the circumscribed circle in terms of cosine of the angle that adjacent to the diagonal and the adjacent side of
Radius Of Circumscribed Circle=Breadth/2*cos(Theta) GO
Diagonal of a parallelogram when the area, diagonal, and angles between diagonals are given
Diagonal A=(2*Area)/(Diagonal B*sin(Theta)) GO
Angle between the rectangle diagonals when angle between the diagonal and rectangle side is given
Angle Between Two Diagonals=2*Theta GO
Area of rectangle in terms of sine of the acute angle between the diagonals and the diagonal of a rectangle
Area=((Diagonal)^2*sin(Theta))/2 GO
Breadth of rectangle when diagonal and angle between diagonals are given
Breadth=Diagonal*cos(Theta/2) GO
Rectangle diagonal in terms of cosine of the angle that adjacent to the diagonal and the adjacent side of the angle
Diagonal=Breadth/cos(Theta) GO
Rectangle diagonal in terms of sine of the angle
Diagonal=Length/sin(Theta) GO
Side of the parallelogram when the height and sine of an angle are given
Side A=Height/sin(Theta) GO
Side of the parallelogram when the height and sine of an angle are given
Side B=Height/sin(Theta) GO

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Compton shift
Compton shift=Wavelength of scattered beam-Wavelength of incident beam GO

Compton shift when wavelength is given Formula

Compton shift=Compton wavelength*(1-cos(Theta))
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What is Compton shift?

The Compton effect is the term used for an unusual result observed when X-rays are scattered on some materials. By classical theory, when an electromagnetic wave is scattered off atoms, the wavelength of the scattered radiation is expected to be the same as the wavelength of the incident radiation.

How to Calculate Compton shift when wavelength is given?

Compton shift when wavelength is given calculator uses Compton shift=Compton wavelength*(1-cos(Theta)) to calculate the Compton shift, The Compton shift when wavelength is given is the separation of the two peaks which depends on the scattering angle,θ of the outgoing beam. Compton shift and is denoted by Δλ symbol.

How to calculate Compton shift when wavelength is given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Compton shift when wavelength is given, enter Theta (ϑ) and Compton wavelength c ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Compton shift when wavelength is given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.325558 = 5.89593470939987E-12*(1-cos(30)).

FAQ

What is Compton shift when wavelength is given?
The Compton shift when wavelength is given is the separation of the two peaks which depends on the scattering angle,θ of the outgoing beam and is represented as Δλ=λc*(1-cos(ϑ)) or Compton shift=Compton wavelength*(1-cos(Theta)). Theta is an angle that can be defined as the figure formed by two rays meeting at a common endpoint and Compton wavelength is a quantum mechanical property of a particle. .
How to calculate Compton shift when wavelength is given?
The Compton shift when wavelength is given is the separation of the two peaks which depends on the scattering angle,θ of the outgoing beam is calculated using Compton shift=Compton wavelength*(1-cos(Theta)). To calculate Compton shift when wavelength is given, you need Theta (ϑ) and Compton wavelength c ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Theta and Compton wavelength and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Compton shift?
In this formula, Compton shift uses Theta and Compton wavelength. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Compton shift=Wavelength of scattered beam-Wavelength of incident beam
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