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$$E = h\nu$$

Does this includes both kinetic energy and energy due to mass?

If so then de Broglie gave the equation λ = h/p by equating hν with mc

^{2}but since E = mc

^{2}just gives the energy due to relativistic mass at that speed it would not include kinetic energy of photon and thus deBroglie equation may be wrong.