Subject: Why do particles behave as wave-particle duality?
Date: Fri Sep 22 20:35:58 2000
Posted by Teo Yong Siah
Grade level: 10-12
School: Commonwealth Secondary
City: Singapore State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Physics
Why do particles move in wavy manner by the formula
h/lambda=mv. Is it due to the fact that spacetime guides objects through
in a wavy manner? If so why? If not are there any recent theories that
attempt to explain this phenomenon?
Re: Why do particles behave as wave-particle duality?
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