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Step 1: Wavelength of the electromagnetic radiation

              Wavelength of electromagnetic radiation is inversely proportional to the frequency.

              Equation that relates to wavelength, frequency, and speed of light.

                           \lambda = \frac{c}{\upsilon} ..................(1)

                  

Step 2: de Broglie wavelength of photon

            de Broglie wavelength \lambda = \frac{h}{p} .....................(2)

                    Where, h - Planck constant = 6.63* 10^{-34} J   and p - linear momentum.


                  We know that

                   Where an object has no mass, such as a photon, the energy equation is reduced to

                               E = pc

                              Where, p - momentum and c - speed of light                                      

                                p = \frac{E}{c}

                    

                                p = \frac{h \upsilon}{c}                                    \because Energy of proton E=h\upsilon\

                 

Step 3: Substituting the p(momentum) value in equation (2)

                  de Broglie wavelength  \lambda = \frac{h}{ \frac{h \upsilon}{c}}

                   de Broglie wavelength   \lambda = \frac{c}{\upsilon} ..........................(3)                          

                

                From equation (1) and (3) we can conclude that

                Wavelength of the electromagnetic radiation = de Broglie wavelength of photon