What was the significance of the de Broglie equation?
p = h/λ
p = mv
The Attempt at a Solution
It says that not only do waves act as particles, transferring energy and momentum to matter only at localised points, but moving particles (e.g. electrons) also acts as matter waves, transferring energy and momentum to other matter at points. De Broglie suggested that the first of the two above equations applied to electrons as well as photons.
That's what I've written so far. Is there anything I'm missing?