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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matter_wave

the generalised form for the de Broglie wave is simply:

[tex] \lambda = h/p[/tex]

I suppose this not correct, because there is no trasform which can change only one side of the equation.

In this case we have two variables:

1. a momentum: [tex]p = mv[/tex]

and

2. a wavelength: [tex]\lambda[/tex]

the h is just a number - constant.

Therefore the correct, transformed version, of the whole equation is:

[tex]\gamma\lambda = h/{\gamma mv}[/tex]

thus the final - general the de Broglie relation is:

[tex]\gamma^2\lambda = h/{mv}[/tex]

or:

[tex]mv\lambda = h(1-v^2/c^2)[/tex]

So, what you think about my discovery, proposition? :)

Is there possible to resolve (experimentally) which form is correct?