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UY An electron microscope is using a 1.00 keV electron beam. An atom has a diameter of about 10-10 meters. 2= nm Submit Part B C

UY
An electron microscope is using a 1.00 keV electron beam. An atom
has a diameter of about 10-10 meters.
2=
nm
Submit
Part B
Can an individual atom theoretically be resolved using this electron microscope?
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O yes
no
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Part C
Suppose we replace the electron beam with a proton beam. What proton energy is needed to achieve the same resolution as the electron beam in Part A?
Express your answer in electron volts to three significant digits.
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IVO AED
?
eV

UY An electron microscope is using a 1.00 keV electron beam. An atom has a diameter of about 10-10 meters. 2= nm Submit Part B Can an individual atom theoretically be resolved using this electron microscope? View Available Hint(s) O yes no Submit Part C Suppose we replace the electron beam with a proton beam. What proton energy is needed to achieve the same resolution as the electron beam in Part A? Express your answer in electron volts to three significant digits. View Available Hint(s) IVO AED ? eV

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