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λ=h/p

where

p=momentum,

h=planck constant, and

λ=wavelength

But that means,

if λ increases, then p will increase

p=mv

and so v will increase along with the wavelength

But what if the v is that of light,i.e, c?

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# De Broglie Waves

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