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Posted by Tim on November 2, 2004 09:48:40 UTC

nothing is impossible Duane :).....
but you broach an interesting idea when you say
"You seem to be trying to make the de Bordie wavelength a property of the entity which is only dependent on the entity itself.

I have seen the property of mass referred to in the same manner."

rest mass for elementary particles is a scientific concept. electrons have them, protons, neutrons, ect. and it is a useful and meaningful concept.
i'm not aware of tabulated rest wavelengths for such particles. for photons we have the wave spectrum.

regards, tim

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