Can you explain the wave number part of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle?
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Can you explain the wave number part of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle? I don't understand why the range of

possible positions of a particle could affect its wave number/wave vector/momentum/frequency.

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2
= f
We know, frequency =
Time period
wave number 2
cavelength
wave vector magnitude= ware numbers / Angular in
K- 21
momentum =
=
6 626 x10-34
J /S
Heisenberg Uncertainty principle-
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