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What is the momentum of a wavelength= 0.015nm X-ray photon?

p= in kg*m/s



Please help I am confused. Thank you.

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    Photon momentum is

    p = h*(frequency)/c
    = [h*c/(wavelength)]/c
    = h/(wavelength)

    where h is Planck's constant

    web.utk.edu/~cnattras/Phys250Fall2012/modules/module%201/photons.htm

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