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Feb2313 08:38 AM
ZapperZ

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According to Debroglie Eq λ=h/mv λ and v inversely proportional to each other.But according to eq v=f*λ they seem to...

Jul512 07:41 PM
Darwin123

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Are we living in a simulated(computer) reality?is that true until we observe things,they are not there?
if so,any...

Jul512 04:27 PM
Ryan_m_b

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Perhaps the term "spooky action at a distance" when referring to "quantum entanglement" is not so spooky after all if...

Jul512 12:21 PM
bohm2

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It's impossible that the higgs boson was the only scalar boson in nature. Could quantumnonlocality be mediated by...

Jul512 10:14 AM
DrChinese

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Somebody help me, pls. I have some questions about quantum kinetic and Boltzmann kinetic.
 The limitations of...

Jul512 09:22 AM
trongnghia

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As the poll on this forum from 2011 that has recently been resurrected shows, there are a portion of the users here...

Jul512 09:12 AM
pm97112

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a basic problem
but i have no idea how to measure it

Jul512 07:08 AM
wdlang

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Hi
My current understanding is of a water molecule able to absorb radiation by a transition, a change in the...

Jul512 07:01 AM
mikeph

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I have only heard about the use of ladder operators in connection with the harmonic oscillator and spin states....

Jul512 06:54 AM
Bill_K

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Just a thought. In the double slit experiment, is it possible that the particles don't actually interfere with...

Jul512 02:28 AM
Simon Bridge

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Hi,
In Griffiths QM, it is claimed that to solve the Schrodinger Equation, we take the solution wavefunction...

Jul412 11:54 PM
USeptim

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I am relatively new to QM and so have a couple of basic questions for you all.
I understand that the double slit...

Jul412 11:14 PM
scijeebus

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I can't remember what the experiment is called, but it was to test for virtual antipair particles, and two plates...

Jul412 08:44 PM
scijeebus

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Is double slit experiment the only proof for quantum particles' superposition??

Jul412 05:35 AM
f95toli

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I am a UG student and want to ask about the current state of quantum gravity research.
Is quantum gravity a...

Jul312 11:04 PM
jcsd

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"The characteristic feature of the first (often called ‘dynamical’ or ‘environmental’ decoherence) is the study of...

Jul312 10:44 AM
al onestone

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Im sorry, I accidently edited my opening post instead of posting a new one.. The question was regarding the statement...

Jul312 10:36 AM
vanhees71

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How did someone came up with the idea that , an outcome doesn't exist until we really observer it?
How did that...

Jul312 10:11 AM
al onestone

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what is the difference between first and secondtype bessel functions?

Jul312 08:48 AM
Simon Bridge

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when a wavefunction splits into two paths (such as in a double slit or a machzehnder) how does the Schrodinger...

Jul312 07:06 AM
Simon Bridge

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Had some questions about wavefunctions. Some of the questions might be invalid due to limited knowledge of the OP.
...

Jul312 07:04 AM
Simon Bridge

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In single particle interference experiments:
what, besides probability amplitude, splits at the slits?
don't...

Jul312 06:53 AM
Demystifier

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wavefunction is a probability amplitude in quantum mechanics describing the quantum state of a particle and how it...

Jul312 06:27 AM
Simon Bridge

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Hi everybody,
I apologize for my trivial question, I'm reading a paper by Freedman and Kitaev and, when describing...

Jul312 02:43 AM
gioialorusso

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1) What is mean by fermion with half integer spin and boson with integer spin
Is that fermion, 1/2,3/2...
boson,...

Jul312 01:19 AM
Einj

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Quantum laser diodes.
How does light escape?
I recently became very interested on the functioning of these amazing...

Jul212 10:18 PM
manueldois

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hello
i have question : how the superposition principle proves continuity of ψ in potential barrier

Jul212 08:18 PM
Naty1

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Hi,
I've been reading a QM book and it mentions that particles can be represented as a wave packet, which provides...

Jul212 04:24 PM
Nugatory

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Is there some way to approximate the density of entangled particles in space?

Jul212 12:32 PM
mt3209

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Hi
I would like to know if I have a system of coupled harmonic oscillators whether the standard position operator...

Jul212 07:42 AM
mtak0114

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For the photoelectric effect, when light hits a metal, and the frequency is above the work function, electrons are...

Jul212 03:48 AM
M Quack

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It is said that the solutions of the KleinGordon equation cannot be interpreted as probability densities since the...

Jul212 02:38 AM
Demystifier

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I'm looking for the BEST and most COMPLETE book describing
 The quantum mechanics of the hydrogen atom (working...

Jul112 05:03 PM
Bill_K

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I am having hard times, trying to find out how the FermiDirac and BoseEinstein distributions give you at a limit the...

Jul112 02:19 PM
Bill_K

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When a photon has a wavelength close to the energy needed for an electron jump in an atom, the atom will absorb the...

Jul112 01:08 PM
Hells

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Does Pauli's exclusion principle apply to superposition or only collapsed states?
I.e. could a particle be...

Jul112 11:58 AM
Mukilab

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A particle in the ground state of a potential well can only gain energy by making a transition to one of the higher...

Jul112 07:39 AM
tom.stoer

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Can someone please elaborate these lines:
"Causality applies only to a system which is
left undisturbed. If a...

Jul112 12:52 AM
San K

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What is the difference between eigenfunction and wave function?
I'm always get confused when i am asked to write...

Jul112 12:38 AM
Simon Bridge

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Almost everyone is familiar with the sentence "accelerated charges radiate em waves".
Nevertheless, if you are...

Jun3012 08:56 PM
Dickfore

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