No. Particle properties and wave properties are complementary (mutually exclusive).
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Bohr's principle of complementarity tells us that quantum phenomena may appear as waves in some experiments and as particles in others - it depends on the experiment that is done. For light, a photon behaves like a wave when it is traveling from one place to another. It behaves like a particle when it is emitted by an atom, or absorbed by a piece of film or a detector.