# Chemistry

At what speed must an electron travel to have a wavelength of 13.6 pm? I got 9.89x10^-15 as the answer and its wrong where did I mess up in my calculations?

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1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electron_diffraction#Wavelength_of_electrons

Look at section 2.3 there

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