The wavelength of a golf ball moving at 30 m/s and the frequency of the golf ball having wavelength 5.6 ×10 − 12 nm has to be calculated. Concept introduction: The de Broglie’s equation is used to relate the wavelength to mass of a particle and the velocity at which it moves. λ = h mv where, h = Planck's constant λ = wavelength m = mass of the particle v = velocity at which the particle moves

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9th Edition
John C. Kotz + 3 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781133949640

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Chapter 6, Problem 25PS
Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The wavelength of a golf ball moving at 30m/s and the frequency of the golf ball having wavelength 5.6×1012nm has to be calculated.

Concept introduction:

The de Broglie’s equation is used to relate the wavelength to mass of a particle and the velocity at which it moves.

  λ=hmvwhere, h=Planck'sconstantλ=wavelengthm=massoftheparticlev=velocityatwhichtheparticlemoves

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