Matter (deBroglie) waves is a concept and it's existence is not confirmed (?)..that said, We know that - The de Broglie equations relate the wavelength λ to the momentum p, and frequency f to the total energy E (including its rest energy) of a particle how closely do the properties of matter waves mirror that of the particle? Let's take 1) photon 2) electron 3) Neutrino we know a photon passes through a transparent object but it blocked by a opaque object. the matter waves of a photon behave the same way. an electron carries a charge and is effected by electro-magnetic fields, does it's matter wave behave differently? a neutrino can pass through an opaque object/earth, what about its matter wave? thus would the (properties of) matter waves of a photon differ from those of an electron and both differ from those of a Neutrino?