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is debroglie wrong? de broglie equated energy equations of planck and einstein. E=mc^2 m is moving mass of the particle for photon rest mass is zero(nearly] so it does not undergoes relativistic variation of mass Hence mass energy equialance for photon becomes meaningless. then it is impossible to equate the two equations Though dual nature of light is acceptable it is meaningless for light to be a particle?


is debroglie wrong?
de broglie equated energy equations of planck and einstein.
E=mc^2
m is moving mass of the particle
for photon rest mass is zero(nearly]
so it does not undergoes relativistic variation of mass
Hence mass energy equialance for photon becomes meaningless.
then it is impossible to equate the two equations
Though dual nature of light is acceptable it is meaningless for light to be a particle?


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Vikas TU
14149 Points
5 years ago
No.
De- broglie wavelength includes the momentum with suitable wavelength of particle.
Because evry particle in nature has its own suitable frequency with which it always ocsilates.

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