Question
The detail observable using a probe is limited by its wavelength. Calculate the energy of a $\gamma$-ray photon that has a wavelength of $1\times 10^{-16}\textrm{ m}$, small enough to detect details about one-tenth the size of a nucleon. Note that a photon having this energy is difficult to produce and interacts poorly with the nucleus, limiting the practicability of this probe.
$10\textrm{ GeV}$
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