## Question

A proton, when accelerated through a potential difference of *V* volts, has a wavelength associated with it. If an alpha particle ius to have the same wavelength , it must be accelerated through a potential difference of

### Solution

The wavelength associated with a particle of charge *q*, mass *m* and accelerated through a potential difference *V* is given by

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