Why is the wave nature of particle not observable in daily life?

Asked by Topperlearning User | 19th May, 2014, 04:38: PM

Expert Answer:

The wavelength associated with macroscopic bodies we deal with in daily life ( Syntax error from line 1 column 49 to line 1 column 73. Unexpected '<mstyle '.) is so small that wave properties of these bodies go undetected.

For example, the wavelength of a 0.2 kg ball moving with a speed of 15 ms-1 is of order of 10-34 m. This is so small a value to be detected by any instrument at our disposal.

Answered by  | 19th May, 2014, 06:38: PM