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The minimum energy of a photon required to produce an electron–positron pair must be equal to the sum of rest mass energies of the electron and positron. This corresponds to a situation where the kinetic energy of an electron and positron is zero.

asked Apr 24, 2020 in Physics by niti0107s | 7 views

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