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## Main Question or Discussion Point

From what I can understand in quantum physics, each elementary subatomic particle has a wave-function.

So in some cases they can be seen as a wave.

Does this mean that each elementary subatomic particle has it's own frequency/wavelength?

If so, what is the particle (besides the photon) with the lowest frequency/highest wavelength?

Or does each particle's properties (eg. velocity, force) affect its wave-function?

So in some cases they can be seen as a wave.

Does this mean that each elementary subatomic particle has it's own frequency/wavelength?

If so, what is the particle (besides the photon) with the lowest frequency/highest wavelength?

Or does each particle's properties (eg. velocity, force) affect its wave-function?