Problem: As the velocity of an object doubles, what is expected of its deBroglie wavelength of the object? A. It will increase by a factor of four B. It will increase by a factor of two C. It will remain constant D. It will decrease by a factor of two E. It will decrease by a factor of four

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As the velocity of an object doubles, what is expected of its deBroglie wavelength of the object?

A. It will increase by a factor of four

B. It will increase by a factor of two

C. It will remain constant

D. It will decrease by a factor of two

E. It will decrease by a factor of four

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