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Textbook Problem

At what velocity does a proton have a 6.00-fm wavelength (about the size of a nucleus)? Assume the proton is nonrelativistic. ( 1 Femtometer = 10 15 m . )

To determine

At what velocity does a proton have a 6.00fm wavelength?

Explanation

Given info:

Assume the proton is nonrelativistic Wavelength is λ=6.00fm

Formula used:

Using De Broglie formula,

  v=hmprotonλ

Here, h is planks constant and its value is 6.62×1034kgm2/s

Calculation:

Inserting data given, we obtain

  v=6.62×1034kgm2/s(1

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