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By measuring the angles at which the electrons were strongly reflected, and knowing the distance between the layers of atoms in his crystal, Davisson was able to calculate the wave length of the electrons. He found that it depended on the velocity of the electrons, so that doubling the velocity just halved the wave length. That is to say, the wave length was inversely proportional to the velocity. For electrons moving ten thousand miles per second, which not very fast for electrons, he found the wave length to be about three-fifths of one one-thousand-millionth of an inch.
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Alpha-ray. A B Alpha- ray Track Proton Track C Oxygen Atom Track The alpha-ray hits the nitrogen atom so hard that the atom gets a high velocity and makes a short, thick track. The unexpected result that appears is that the alpha-ray is absorbed by the nitrogen atom and disappears. Nitrogen has atomic weight of 14 and atomic number 7, so that its nucleus contains fourteen protons and seven electrons. The addition of an alpha-ray and the removal of a proton must change the nucleus to one containing seventeen protons and nine electrons.