What are the mean energy transferred - photon interactions, Physics

Photon Interactions

a. Consider a Si detector of 1 mm thickness. 106 photons each with energy of 100 keV are incident on the detector. Find the number of coherent, Compton, and photoelectric absorption interactions.

b. What are the mean energy transferred and mean energy absorbed in the 1 mm thick Si detector in (a)?

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