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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Feb23-13 08:38 AM
ZapperZ
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why doesn't the uncertainty principle lead to small discrepancies in the spectrum of the same element in different...
Jul6-13 12:48 AM
Simon Bridge
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I've been thinking about this for a while. I believe I have some misconceptions about light. Let's say we have a...
Jul5-13 10:47 PM
wotanub
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Hi, I am slightly confused with the term, ionization energy (IE). I am stuck between two definitions, one is the...
Jul5-13 03:36 PM
cgk
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According to the Einstein light-quantum hypothsis, the photon energy is given by E = hbar*ω. If taking the photon as...
Jul5-13 12:04 PM
Naty1
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As i understand the outcome of the double slit experiment is firstly the Photons of light that were fired have no true...
Jul4-13 05:34 PM
Maui
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Just want to clarify my understanding of these things. Fermions obey the Pauli Exclusion Principal, meaning...
Jul4-13 05:11 PM
Maybe_Memorie
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I am studying an article http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/9907069 and having some problems understanding it. Is...
Jul4-13 03:14 PM
lugita15
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First a little intro. The process of renormalization introduces in a QF theory a renormalization scale μ. Physical...
Jul4-13 02:58 PM
Avodyne
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I'll write down what i know and point it out if I'm wrong.So we normalize the wave function because -∫|ψ(x,t)|^2dx...
Jul4-13 12:32 PM
jtbell
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I look at wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_state and use the same notations. The article says that there are just 4 Bell...
Jul4-13 11:51 AM
naima
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Relativistic Quantum Mechanics exist. But I don´t understand, it would must be see contradictory. He has the locality...
Jul4-13 10:01 AM
bhobba
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Folks, If somebody has this article "W. A. Fedak and J. J. Prentis, “Quantum jumps and classical harmonics”, Am. J....
Jul4-13 09:46 AM
frowdow
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Recently I read some main-stream journals reporting about superluminal transport of EM energy; they say that is a...
Jul4-13 09:24 AM
mfb
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In the paper by eisenberg et. el. http://arxiv.org/abs/1209.4191 Photon 1 and 2 are entangled. Then 1 is...
Jul4-13 05:02 AM
San K
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This came across my mind today, I am not sure if it's been proposed/invalidated before. I don't have enough physics...
Jul3-13 08:31 PM
Vanadium 50
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I am confused about what I think should be the most basic concepts in quantum mechanics.. As far as I understood, a...
Jul3-13 02:30 PM
V0ODO0CH1LD
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As a result of some precise experimental data, we now know that the mass of the quark is not naively 1/3 the mass of...
Jul3-13 01:39 PM
Bill_K
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Hi pf, i have been wondering what differentiates QED Vacuum from QCD Vacuum? How would u explain its implications? I...
Jul3-13 12:11 PM
tom.stoer
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Hi, I read the following in an online source: In relativistic settings, momentum and energy are equal so the...
Jul3-13 11:35 AM
Bill_K
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i do not posses deep knowledge of Quantum physics nor regular physics for that mater novice at best. so i have a idea...
Jul3-13 09:25 AM
bhobba
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Hello, I am buying the equipment to build a lab that will test Bell's Inequalities. A laser beam is polarized, then...
Jul2-13 05:30 PM
stewarc8
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(Part of) The proof/logic of Bell's theorem goes thus: With the measurements oriented at intermediate angles...
Jul2-13 03:37 PM
DaleSpam
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It just occurred to me that I don't know why composites of interacting particles are always in entangled -- as opposed...
Jul2-13 09:33 AM
metroplex021
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Is there an intuitive explanation of why E/w = 2*L, where E/w is the ratio of the energy of any photon to its angular...
Jul2-13 09:22 AM
msumm21
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The model of damped harmonic oscillator is given by the composite system with the hamiltonians ##H_S\equiv\hbar...
Jul1-13 10:02 PM
rbwang1225
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MRIs are used in medicine for diagnostic imaging. I am told it has something to do with protons. But in the human...
Jul1-13 09:37 PM
krome
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http://www.sciencenews.org/view/feature/id/351277/description/When_the_atom_went_quantum It has been 50 years since...
Jul1-13 04:51 PM
vanhees71
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I refer to the attached set-up. If we have one photon (with |H> polarisation) coming in one direction towards the...
Jun30-13 02:02 PM
StevieTNZ
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Hi there -- can anyone give me, or point me to, an argument that the reduced state density matrix corresponding to one...
Jun30-13 02:00 PM
metroplex021
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How this is defined? ##\vec{r}\cdot \vec{\sigma}##? where ##\vec{r}=(x,y,z)## and...
Jun30-13 01:28 PM
conana
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I'm looking for a book on QFT that is both introductory and somewhat rigorous. I have Zee's book but for me it is...
Jun30-13 10:40 AM
Bill_K
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I had posted this question here : http://physics.stackexchange.com/q/69003/540 I guess its appropriate to post...
Jun30-13 10:13 AM
The_Duck
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Srednicki eqn. (2.23) and (2.24) states: We can make this a little fancier by defining the unitary spacetime...
Jun30-13 07:25 AM
omephy
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Sorry for my abysmal level of ignorance, but I'm not understanding why quantum tunneling from nothing is considered a...
Jun29-13 04:51 PM
ZapperZ
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Hello everyone, a number of books and web articles says that the minimum field required is ≈10^7V/cm for electrons...
Jun29-13 08:30 AM
ZapperZ
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Hi :) In this lecture (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Igl8hE3Eac0), susskind talks about attractive the force...
Jun29-13 05:09 AM
FredericGos
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Hello everybody, I am a first year student and I have a question about tunneling. If we have an electron which is...
Jun28-13 11:59 PM
Simon Bridge
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Do the units of a wave function vary? i have heard that it just joules. What do you think?
Jun28-13 02:40 PM
dextercioby
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In Zee's QFT book he writes an amplitude as: M(p)=\lambda_0+\Gamma(\Lambda,p,\lambda_0) He then states that you...
Jun28-13 08:51 AM
andrien
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Say I have a particle in the rest frame with spin up in the z direction. If I boost the system in x direction, does...
Jun28-13 07:13 AM
DrDu
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