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Is the angular frequency ([tex]\omega[/tex]) in this equation an average or is it a constant? In other words, does the angular frequency (or the wavenumber, k) for a matter particle change, for instance, in differing gravitational fields, such as we see for a photon with gravitational redshift?

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# Angular frequency of a matter patter

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