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Riya Shah 4H
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What is the shortest wavelength we can observe for objects using the De Broglie equation?
Gary Qiao 1D
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Generally, anything below 10^-18 m in wavelength is undetectable making that the shortest.
Jayde Felix 4H
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Anything smaller than 10^-18 cannot be measured
Jake Gordon 1A
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I believe 10^-18 m is the shortest observable with current technology
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