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Debanjana adhikari Asked a Question
May 23, 2020 6:00 pmpts 30 pts
with respect to the lab Q77. Consider a radioactive nucleus that is travelling at a speed frame. It emits y-rays of frequency v, in its rest frame. There is a stationary detector, (which is not on the path of the nucleus) in the lab. Ifa y-ray photon is emitted when the nucleus is closest to the detector, its observed frequency at the detector is (a) (6) (C) Ans. (a) Solution: v=Yo 1f detector is not in the path at nucleus) =Y
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  • Ruby negi
    you know ,in this question, the path of nucleus and gamma particle is not same that's we use transverse case, otherwise if the path is same then we have to put theta=0 (approaching...
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    Ruby negi
    these are the important things that you have to remember...
  • Ruby negi thankyou
    this is the case of transerve Doppler effect(theta=0)... this will help you..
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    Ruby negi
    on putting values of theta ,you will get the frequency in a frame moving with respect to rest frame....
  • Chandra dhawan thankyou
    it's Doppler effect of frequency.. for explanation see attached file dear I hope it will help uh
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  • Dhairya sharma Best Answer
    see concept.
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  • Dhairya sharma
    dear it's doplar effect of frequency.
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