De broglies wavelength-nature of light, Physics

An electron is in a box of width 3*10^-10m.what are de broglies wavelength and magnitude of momentum of the electron if it is in

A)n=1 level B)n=2 level C)n=3 level

Ans)  Use the principe wavlength=2L/m

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