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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Feb23-13 08:38 AM
ZapperZ
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I am familiar with the dual slit experiment up to the point where measuring at one slit made the interference pattern...
Dec25-10 10:01 AM
vish_al210
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Would it be reasonble to estimate the force delivered by a laser in the following way? I was thinking of...
Dec25-10 06:03 AM
Doc Al
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Dimensionless equation for quantum harmonic oscilator in the lowest energy state is: d2u/dx2=(x2-1)u u means...
Dec24-10 04:42 PM
soothsayer
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I have three question regarding the electronic wavefunction \Psi Ques 1 What does value of wavefunction of any...
Dec24-10 11:40 AM
vaibhavsharma
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Hi folks, i've never taken a real quantum physics course, so this question miiight be really silly, but here it is: ...
Dec24-10 08:04 AM
tom.stoer
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Does quantum randomness or uncertainty tells us that we have free will?
Dec23-10 11:36 AM
yoda jedi
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Alright, so there's definitely a lot of Sci-Fi hype about Entanglement. I'm sort of hoping the experts on the subject...
Dec23-10 09:45 AM
MattRob
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Hi. This has been destroying my mind all day. Take, for example, a semiconductor laser with no internal photons...
Dec23-10 04:35 AM
orenp
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Can we ionize the helium atom at once? ie the two electrons simultaneously and not one after another. If yes, what is...
Dec23-10 03:16 AM
Drakkith
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Hi, By analogy with scalar field case, Srednicki leads us to Z_0 (\eta)=\int \mathcal{D}\Psi \exp{\left} for a...
Dec22-10 05:49 PM
LAHLH
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hello, how can we be sure that quantum physics (uncertainty,superposition) is not a consequence or directly related...
Dec22-10 04:38 PM
ZapperZ
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I think this is right, but could someone confirm (or deny) this for me? While a particle like an electron - or a...
Dec22-10 04:32 PM
tom.stoer
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i am not exactly sure what happens when the temperature almost reaches absolute zero how things react to this drop and...
Dec22-10 11:48 AM
genneth
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I was hoping someone could explain, in terms I can understand, the movement of particles. Clearly I am not a...
Dec21-10 01:09 PM
Maui
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Why is it that the electrochemical potential at either the drain or the source of a transistor gets reduced, under the...
Dec21-10 12:11 PM
thinktank1985
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I am reading through 'An Introduction to QFT' by Peskin & Schroeder and I am struggling to follow one of the...
Dec21-10 11:31 AM
naima
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Not really sure how to go about this. Our lecture said "it can be shown" but didn't go into any detail as apparently...
Dec21-10 08:24 AM
arkajad
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Dear users, I am dealing with the proof of the Hellman Feynman-theorem for time-dependent wavefunctions given by...
Dec21-10 07:47 AM
naima
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I was reading Merzbacher and it is written that it is a fundamental mathematical assumption. I was doubting if it is...
Dec21-10 05:53 AM
Pythagorean
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It seems obvious in path integral, the paths include some non-differentiable path (some even discontinuous, I think),...
Dec20-10 04:32 PM
kof9595995
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Phys. Scr. 82 065002, 2010. Is quantum mechanics nonlocal? A factual inconsistency of the nonlocality theory is...
Dec20-10 01:23 PM
DrChinese
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When I read the book of quantum mechanics of Griffiths, he said that the wave function must go to zero faster than...
Dec20-10 10:12 AM
unusualname
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All the scientific documents explaining QE that I have read always refer to the entanglement of photons, and yet some...
Dec20-10 08:17 AM
nuiluidwde
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How do you do a Bell measurement on a state that doesn't have a power of 2 number of qubits? I've got GHZ states like...
Dec20-10 08:02 AM
DodongoBongo
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Good day All, I've done a bit of reading on quantum entanglement and it seems that I'm lacking some basic knowledge...
Dec20-10 05:10 AM
TungstenX
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Hii, I was wondering whether there is any correlation between the energy eigenvalues of a single atom (say He) with...
Dec20-10 04:52 AM
cgk
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Say for example we consider Helium. It has 2 neutrons and 2 protons. Based on this, and using Schodingers equation...
Dec20-10 04:39 AM
cgk
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Hi, Could you describe the "before the measurement" mechanism in de broglie bohm theory? Is there a real collapse...
Dec20-10 03:22 AM
Demystifier
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Betrand theorem in classical mechanics states that only harmonic & -1/r potential will give closed and stable orbit....
Dec20-10 12:03 AM
kof9595995
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I read an article where it says that the speed of light is broken by sending information faster than light and it also...
Dec19-10 10:49 PM
Dynamic Sauce
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HI everybody. I'm here with a question that I would like to discuss with you. As you all probably know better than I...
Dec19-10 09:18 PM
lugita15
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When taking a course in Modern Physics, after doing quite a lot of thinking, I finally asked the lecturer: when the...
Dec19-10 05:03 PM
Edgardo
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Hi, I'm trying to figure out the solution for the ground state of the hydrogen-atom, however it is not going well. As...
Dec19-10 01:54 PM
aaaa202
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E\Psi(\vec{r_1},\vec{r_2})=(-h^2/2m*\nabla^2+U(\vec{r_1})+U(\vec{r_2})+U_{ee}...
Dec19-10 01:42 PM
thinktank1985
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Hi, I was wondering why the oscillation of a field would cause particle creation (This seems to be the main point...
Dec19-10 09:03 AM
QuantumCosmo
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does anyone actually know what happens when something reaches the event horizon?
Dec18-10 01:32 PM
tom.stoer
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all right so alice has one atom of the entangled triplet and bob the other two atoms bob is gonna always measure...
Dec18-10 07:33 AM
antonio glez
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Please teach me this: It seem that there exist only two basic operators(calculations) that are addition and...
Dec17-10 08:48 PM
ndung200790
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Now, I know this has been discussed a few times, but I still don't get the proof of how p is a hermitian operator, so...
Dec17-10 08:44 PM
Fredrik
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New J. Phys. 12 123007, 2010. Violation of Leggett inequalities in orbital angular momentum subspaces. We...
Dec17-10 03:36 PM
yoda jedi
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