Plz answer

Asked by harinder | 25th Nov, 2008, 10:37: AM

Expert Answer:

We use the De Broglie's relationship

λ=h/p

where  λ is the wavelength

h is Planck's constant and its value 6.626 x 10-34 Js

and p is momentum of the particle we are considering

Further p= m x v (m is the mass and v is the velocity)

 Mass of of electron and proton   can be known . Further since we know value of wavelength velocity of electron and proton their velocity  can be determined.

Calculate by yourself and post the answer to verify it.

Answered by  | 2nd Dec, 2008, 04:50: PM

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