SweetScientist Posted June 8, 2012 Share Posted June 8, 2012 From what I understand the wavelength of an object is given by: Planks constant/Momentum. Does this mean that when stationary(relatively) that particles have no wavelength and are therefore not waves? If so, why does a particle need to be moving to have a wavelike character? I have the feeling there is a simple answer but I would be grateful if it's cleared up, thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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