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Textbook Problem

In an the maximum photon energy E given by h f = q V . Would it be technically more correct to say h f = q V + BE , where BE is the binding energy of electrons in the target anode? Why isn’t the energy stated the latter way?

To determine

Whether the equation hfqV+BEis technically more correct than the maximum photon energy equation given by hfqVor not. Also, state the reason due to which the energy is not stated in the latter way.

Explanation

Introduction:

Microwave photon is the quantum energy emitted by the electromagnetic wave. Binding Energy is the energy when material holds the electron tightly.

In X-ray tube anode have positive charge so they absorb the electron. Yes, it is correct to say hfqV+BE

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