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xregina12

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So far, the only equation I know/have used for De Broglie wavelength is lambda=h/(mv). However, I am not exactly sure how to incorporate the information that the hydrogen atom is at room temperature into any equation I know of for figuring out either the de broglie wavelength or the speed of a hydrogen atom. Please give me some hints on how to approach this question! Thanks!