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    We use Use the De Broglie wavelength formula, ohr radius definition and wave-particle duality equation to compute the wavelength of

    a) an electron in the n = 1 Bohr orbit of the H atom;
    b) an electron in the n = 2 Bohr orbit of the H atom;
    c) an He atom moving at 1200m/s
    d) an automobile (1500 kg) moving at 60 mph

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    We use Use the De Broglie wavelength formula, ohr radius definition and wave-particle duality equation to compute the wavelength of

    a) an electron in the n = 1 Bohr orbit of the H atom;
    b) an electron in the n = 2 Bohr orbit of the H atom;
    c) an He atom moving at 1200m/s
    d) an automobile (1500 kg) moving at 60 mph

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