Question: A monochromatic beam of X rays with a wavelength of 0 280
A monochromatic beam of X-rays with a wavelength of 0.280 nm is scattered by a metal foil. If the scattered beam has a wavelength of 0.281 nm, what is the observed scattering angle?
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