Test 2 1b


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Moryel Yashar 1J
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Test 2 1b

Postby Moryel Yashar 1J » Sat Nov 03, 2018 8:54 pm

How does the change in uncertainty in momentum affect the uncertainty in its wavelength?

Does this relate to the de Broglie equation?
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Lasya Gudipudi 1A
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Re: Test 3 Version 2 1b

Postby Lasya Gudipudi 1A » Sat Nov 03, 2018 9:06 pm

The change in uncertainty in momentum is inversely proportional to the uncertainty in its wavelength. Yes, you have to use De Broglie because wavelength equals h/momentum, so if momentum decreases, then wavelength increase and vice versa.

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Re: Test 2 1b

Postby Hai-Lin Yeh 1J » Fri Nov 09, 2018 1:29 pm

If there is uncertainty in momentum, then there is uncertainty in wavelength because wavelength equal h/(uncertainty of momentum [p]) results in uncertainty in wavelength = h/ (uncertainty in momentum). If the uncertainty in momentum increases, the uncertainty in its wavelength decreases. If uncertainty in momentum decreases, uncertainty in wavelength increases.


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