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Old Apr 19th 2012, 02:37 PM   #1
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While writing wave equation of a matter wave how can we take its frequency to be E/h=ym0c2/h?what is the difference between phase waves and group waves? when the square of amplitude of group waves represent the probability of finding the particle at that point,then,shoudnt E/h be the frequency of group waves?And does phase waves have any physical significance?(because phase velocity is c2/v,which is greater than c ) (I read this topic from Beiser's book on modern physics
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Old Mar 13th 2013, 10:45 AM   #2
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I too have the similar concern but didn't understand it properly.
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