RCW13.pdf - Recitation ClassWork 13 Physics 194 Goals Understand the wave properties of matter and when they will manifest Use your understanding of the

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Recitation ClassWork 13 Physics 194 Goals Understand the wave properties of matter and when they will manifest. Use your understanding of the photon model of light to determine the efficiency of photosynthesis. Understand the emission and absorption of photons by atoms. IMPORTANT: There are several “stop points” in this recitation. At each stop point discuss your work on the previous question with the other group at your table. Then, call your TA or LA over and as a table explain your work to them. It is extremely important to get feedback as you work so make sure you follow these instructions at each stop point. 1.Calculate the de Broglie wavelengths of an electron and a proton moving at a speed of 1.0 × 10%࠵? ࠵?. Do you think it is feasible to do a Young’s double slit experiment with these particles and see an interference pattern? What if a glucose molecule was used instead?
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