2006 MT #3

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Delilah Naranjo dis 3j
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2006 MT #3

Postby Delilah Naranjo dis 3j » Mon Oct 31, 2016 2:26 pm

for question number 3 we have to use the De Broglie equation which is wavelength=h/p but in the detailed solutions the equation is wavelength=hp^-1 why do they have the negative 1? which one is easier to use?

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Re: 2006 MT #3

Postby Jessica Huang 1M » Mon Oct 31, 2016 2:34 pm

h/p and hp^-1 are the same thing. p^-1 puts p in the denominator.

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