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Whenever position of a mass - particle of wavelength ￼λ is more accurately determined owing to a given opening in a wave - diffraction experiment, the less accurate will momentum be determined. And, the opposite is also true: namely, that as momentum of a mass - particle of wavelength λ is more accurately pre-determined, the exact location position will be less accurately identified in any wave - diffraction experiment.
All of this, of course, is predicated upon Louis de Broglie's quantum equations and Planck's Constant for the smallest possible dimension possessing quantum physicality or "quantum of action".
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