de Broglie wave

de Broglie wave

[də¦brō¦glē ‚wāv]
(quantum mechanics)
The quantum-mechanical wave associated with a particle of matter. Also known as matter wave.
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Experimental confirmation of the hypothesis of de Broglie wave properties of electrons was carried out outstanding Britain experimental physicist George Thomson (1892-1975)--the son of the previously mentioned master of the world of physics Joseph John Thomson, who, irrespective of American experimental physicists Clinton Davisson (1881-1958) and Lester Germer (1896-1971) in 1927 discovered the diffraction of low-energy electrons (<<cathode rays>>) on a single crystal of nickel Ni [3, 4].
Mark Kasevich, Stanford University, Atomic de Broglie Wave Navigation Sensors and Applications of Ultra-fast Electron Sources
the phase velocity of the inherent de Broglie wave.
The third objective is to use the van der Wls interaction as an extremely sensitive probe of the spatial distribution of the de Broglie wave of an atom in a cavity.
The Ray/3-Wave diagram that represents the Synge de Broglie wave propagation in spacetime [2, p.
As discussed in [13], the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle arises because x and p form a Fourier transform pair of variables at the quantum level due to the momentum p of a quantum particle being proportional to the de Broglie wave number k of the particle.
The change in phase of the de Broglie wave over the first Bohr orbit of a hydrogen atom is 2 [pi], while the Compton wavelength change in phase over this orbit is 2 [pi]/[alpha].
But if the free-space particle is accompanied by a PV de Broglie wave, the diffraction of that wave through A and B, and its interaction with the particle core, easily explains the oscillatory curve on the detection screen.
It is well known, in quantum mechanics, a matter wave is determined by electromagnetic wave-particle duality or de Broglie wave of matter [7].
and operate with the result on the wave function [psi](x, t) that represents the de Broglie wave.
d] obeying the de Broglie relations, represents a de Broglie wave.
Note 3: When incident on the crystalline foil, the electron beam must ensure a coherent and plane front of de Broglie waves.