So in Physics we learnt about the wave-particle nature of matter and how matter has an associated wavelength called debroglie wavelength. An electron has a debroglie wavelength but we cant see the electron with our eyes. IF (hypothetical situation) the electron had a deborglie wavelength within our visible spectrum, would we be able to see the electron with our eyes? Would the electron look, blue, yellow, green, or is this not possible because these colours come from EM radiation and the debroglie wavelength is separate from EM radiation?
I guess the real question is, can we see de broglie wavelength?
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