# What will be the wavelength of a ball of mass 100g and moving with a velocity 100m s?

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## What will be the wavelength of a ball of mass 100g and moving with a velocity 100m s?

λ=hmv=6.623×10−340.1×100=6.626×10−35m.

## What is the wavelength of 100 gram particle moving with velocity of hundred meters per second?

λ=hmv=6.626×10−340.1×100=6.626×10−35m.

## Is a body of 100g moving at 10m s on a frictionless surface?

In this case, the body of 100g is moving at a velocity of 10m/s on a frictionless horizontal surface. Since there is no force acting on the body, it will continue to move at a constant velocity.

## Is a cricket ball of mass 150gm moving with a velocity?

A cricket ball of mass 150 gm is moving with a velocity of 12 m/s and is hit by a bat so that the ball is turned back with a velocity of 20 m/s. The force of blow acts for 0.01s on the ball.

## What is the velocity of mass 100g?

⟹v=20 m/s.

## What is the wavelength of a ball of mass 0.1 kg moving with velocity 10 Metre per second?

Final answer : wavelength of the ball (λ)=6.626×10−34m.

## What is the formula for velocity wavelength?

As we discussed in section 21-1, in one period, the wave travels one wavelength. Speed is distance over time, so v = λ / T. The frequency, f, is 1/T, so the equation relating wave speed, frequency, and wavelength is v = f λ .

## What is the wavelength of a particle of mass 1g moving with a velocity of 200m s?

=6.6×10−33m. Was this answer helpful?

## What is the formula for velocity wavelength mass?

lambda = h/mv , where the greek letter lambda represents the wavelength, h is Planck’s contant, m is the particle’s mass and v is its velocity. One could also express mv as the particle’s momentum. Bohr’s angular momentum quantization rule follows from deBroglie’s idea.

## Is there a frictionless surface?

Frictionless planes do not exist in the real world. However, if they did, one can be almost certain that objects on them would behave exactly as Galileo predicts.

## Can we walk on a frictionless surface?

No, we need friction to walk. By taking a step forward we apply a backwards force against the floor. The only reason that we don’t slip is because friction counteracts that backwards force.

## What is the force of frictionless?

Answer and Explanation: When the surface is frictionless the only thing that reduces to zero is the coefficient of friction which contributes to the zero friction force between the object and the surface. For the expression of friction: f = μ N f = 0 × N f = 0.

## What will be the de Broglie wavelength of plastic ball having mass 1g and velocity 100m s?

⇒ λ = 6.63×10−3410−3×100=6.63×10−33m.

## What will be the wavelength of a ball of mass 0.5 kg moving with a velocity of hundred Metre per second?

⇒ λ= 6.62×10−340.5×100 =1.32× 1035m. Q. Q.

## Which will be having a higher de Broglie wavelength a ball of mass 100g or a proton both moving with the same velocity?

So, we can say that ball will move with lesser wavelength.

## What is the wavelength of a golf ball weighing 200g and moving with a speed of 5 meter hr is of the order?

The wavelength associated with a golf ball is λ=hmv=6.626×10−340.2×53600=2.4×10−30m.