fast moving Golf ball.
fast moving golf ball.
a golf ball, only if it is made of gold because of the very specific atomic mass of gold.
A vibrating proton IS an electromagnetic wave. The E.M. wavelength is a measurment of how fast the proton is vibrating.
the electron would have the longer wavelength b/c the proton has more momentum and λ=h/p (λ is wavelength, h is planc's constant and p is momentum)
So far in the electromagnetic spectrum we have gamma radiations having the shortest wavelength. In case of de Broglie's waves the matter waves of massive objects such as an iron ball moving at a faster rate would have the shortest wavelength which could not be measured even. So we declare that only light particles such as electron, proton, neutron or alpha particle, deutron moving at higher speeds would act as a wave with shortest wavelength.
In theory, according to de Broglie, any moving object would have a wavelength; but the wavelength of large sized objects, such as a car, or even a speck of dust, would be too small to measure.
IF a wave moving at a constant speed were to have it's wavelength doubled (Wavelength x 2), then the frequency of the wave would be half of what it originally was (Frequency / 2).
It would change by shifting to the wavelength blue.
Yes, they would have a momentum. ^^
Frequency = (speed)/(wavelength) = 299,792,458/100 = 2,997,924.58 Hz.BTW . . . Photons always move at the speed of light.
The wavelength would double.
If a proton would be 1, an electron would be 0.000544. An electron is 1,836 times lighter than a proton. A neutron would be 1.001 as a proton is 99.86% the mass of a neutron