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# 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

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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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