Particles and WavesThe diffraction of radiation can be used to determine the spacing between atoms. In practice the wavelength of the radiation used should be restricted to a value which is of the same order of magnitude as the interatomic distances to be determined. Such experiments are commonly performed using X-rays (electromagnetic radiation) however a beam of subatomic particles such as of neutrons or electrons may also be used if their corresponding de Broglie wavelength is of the appropriate magnitude.Calculate the de Broglie wavelength of a neutron (mn = 1.67493×10-27 kg) moving at one eight thousandth of the speed of light (c/8000).(Enter at least 4 significant figures.)Calculate the velocity of an electron (me = 9.10939×10-31 kg) having a de Broglie wavelength of 180.1 pm.Can anyone please explain me in detail what the solution is and what is one eight thousand of speed of light? is it (2.9927×10^8/8000)?