From firstname.lastname@example.org@21:1/5 to All on Mon Mar 26 14:16:52 2018
It's my understanding that the secondary emissions from Compton
scattering of a photon from a free electron, have energies equal
to the kinetic energies of the recoiling free charges, and that the
kinetic energy for each interaction is equal to the energy lost by
the scattering photon.
That being the case, should one expect any correlation between the
average energy loss in Compton scattering taken over all space and
the peak of the FIR background (FIRB) spectrum, at about 250 microns?