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Yes, protons, neutrons, and electrons all have wavelike properties. Based on De Broglie's Equation, any moving particle with moment has wavelike properties, thus neutrons and protons would fit this property.
I agree with the post above, typically really small objects with momentum have perceivable wave-like properties. One exception to this is a photon. Despite it not having a mass, it can still have momentum. The reason as to why this is goes beyond the scope of this class, but because a photon can have momentum, it can display wave-like properties.
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