- why the ball hit with a hockey by a player doest not make a wave?
- Two particles a and b are moving with the same velocity but wavelength of a is found to be double than that of b. what do u conclude?
(a)According to de Broglie, every object in motion has a wave character. The wavelengths associated with macroscopic objects like a ball is so short (because of their large masses) that their wave properties cannot be detected.
(b) Since the wavelength of a is found to be double than that of b this implies that the mass of b particle is twice of the mass of "a" particle.