# Eztabaida:De Broglie hipotesia

It is E = gamma * m * c^2 and not EK = (gamma-1)mc^2 ~ 1/2 mv^2 After I helped to correct this in my language (Hebrew) I decided to help other wiki's.

Sorry, all my physics book tell me that:

$E_{k}\;=(m-m_{0})c^{2}=(\gamma -1)m_{0}\;c^{2}$ Which, if we use Taylor's method over γ and if the particle is moving on one dimension:

$E_{k}\;={\frac {1}{2}}\;m\;v^{2}+{\frac {3}{8}}\;m;{\frac {v^{4}}{c^{2}}}\cdot \cdot \cdot$ And if

$c>>v\,$ we have:

$E_{k}\;\approx {\frac {1}{2}}\;m\;v^{2}$ The only matter for discussion is if really de Brogle used Kinetic energy as the base for his matter-wave frequency in his thesis. But, as I told you, there is nothing wrong (I think) in this maths.--Janfri; bai esan? 08:56, 1 Otsaila 2008 (UTC)

## Erreferentziak

Originally, the here quoted reference of excellent publication about Prof. Vallée was included too:

Θ ing° D.A. Borgdorff MASc EE: 86.83.155.44 12:53, 27 Otsaila 2008 (UTC)

Arrazoi duzu, berriz jarri dut.--Janfri; bai esan? 09:36, 27 Ekaina 2008 (UTC)
Autopromozioa izanda, kentzera noa berriz.--Janfri; bai esan? 14:32, 27 Ekaina 2008 (UTC)
• Not owing to WMF decision, but I'll respect your point which cann't stand too because it flawed. Regards: D.A. Borgdorff 86.83.155.44 14:54, 27 Ekaina 2008 (UTC)