What is the nature of matter waves?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 21st May, 2014, 09:41: AM
The de Broglie waves are sometimes called matter waves. The matter waves are not electromagnetic in nature. They are not composed of matter.
Matter waves are associated with a moving particle. The intensity of wave at a point indicates the probability of finding the particle at that point.
Answered by | 21st May, 2014, 11:41: AM
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