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You can't use E = hv (or E = hc/wavelength for that matter) for electrons as that measures the energy for photons only. De Broglie's is what you would use to figure out wavelength for electrons given it's mass and velocity (sometimes you'll have to solve for velocity using the kinetic energy formula), but other than that I don't think there are major restrictions we need to know of.
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