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I have read about de Broglie hypothesis that matter like light can also exhibit wave particle duality. This gave rise to the following questions in my mind.
The wavelength for electrons is significant. So does that mean that electrons are both particles and waves at the same time or they show different behaviour in different experiments. Or they are only waves.
I cannot understand why only moving objects will possess a wavelength.
What kind of waves will electrons be like light is an electromagnetic wave.
If electrons behave like waves then will the electric current flowing in wires also be considered as waves.
Please provide me the explanation. Thank you very much