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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Feb23-13 08:38 AM
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hi all please help me... I'm learning schrodinger equation of a particle in a 1-dimensional box. I read a quantum...
Mar20-12 11:23 PM
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Hi all, Quantum Mechanics has everything wierd and unacceptable to classical theory and its foundations with...
Mar21-12 12:21 AM
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In quantum mechanics, the Hamilltonian operator is constructed as the infinitesimal generator of the time translation...
Mar21-12 02:40 AM
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Greetings!! From my last post, to this my understanding of QM has improved somewhat. (thanks mostly to these...
Mar21-12 04:54 AM
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I am terribly confused. I have always been hearing that in the hydrogen atom, 2s and 2p orbitals have the same energy....
Mar21-12 07:55 AM
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Hi, it's been awhile since taking a quantum mechanics course, but I thought I read somewhere that during an electron...
Mar21-12 01:35 PM
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More precisely, my question is, Is the wilson loop used to calculate the heavy quark potential always positive in the...
Mar22-12 12:19 AM
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does getting which-way info introduce a phase difference (or cause de-coherence) between both the "waves"? and does...
Mar22-12 01:41 AM
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I am trying to understand the following equation:...
Mar22-12 02:09 AM
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Hello, For this little discussion I base myself on Bell's paper on Bertlmann's socks:...
Mar22-12 05:36 AM
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Dear forumers, I have a question about taking direct sums and products of state spaces in QM. Picture I have a...
Mar22-12 09:52 AM
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Hey! I am currently reading Landau's Statistical Physics Part 1, and in Paragraph 7 ("Entropy") I am struggling with a...
Mar22-12 10:10 AM
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Considering the strong-field zeeman effect J is no longer conserved because there is an external torque present. Why...
Mar22-12 01:10 PM
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Well, not really ASAP.. I've just been rereading Sakurais Quantum Mechanics and I'm having some trouble with the...
Mar22-12 01:47 PM
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How can the Higgs boson induce mass? How can it interact with itself? Is it the only particle able to do so, if yes,...
Mar22-12 03:32 PM
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sorry if it is in the wrong place but i just need someone to give me a physical explaination about the meaning and...
Mar22-12 04:18 PM
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Couple noob questions. 1.What is quantum mechanical definition of an observer? 2.Why is looking at the double...
Mar22-12 04:59 PM
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I was wondering if trapping a quantum system, say e.g a single β or γ unstable ion in a trap would affect its decay...
Mar22-12 05:35 PM
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Which material contains highest concentration of free electrons and holes simutaneously at room temperature and could...
Mar22-12 07:34 PM
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How would a neutrino act in regards to a black hole? As in approaching, passing by or "colliding" with a black hole?
Mar22-12 11:30 PM
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Could anyone tell me where can i find more about the fact that if your Hamiltonian is non-central then the total...
Mar23-12 07:56 AM
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If the positive energy is the capacity to perform work what about the negative energy?
Mar23-12 08:52 AM
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Why is it that for the H-atom there is no single photon emission in the transition from 2s to 1s? I realize that...
Mar23-12 12:38 PM
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Zee's QFT in a Nutshell makes a short comment in the first chapter about the possibility of particles tunnelling...
Mar23-12 02:43 PM
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If a photon is a particle moving like a wave, and the color we see when viewing a stream of photons is determined by...
Mar23-12 08:08 PM
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Hello, i am a complete ignorant in quantum physics, still from what i have heard i've wondered the following: is it...
Mar23-12 10:22 PM
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I know a fair amount of theoretical Quantum Physics, how things work within it, and the ideas that ground it. I lack,...
Mar23-12 10:33 PM
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Anyone keen on taking a bite at this? I understand what it's about (at least I think so), but I am certainly not...
Mar24-12 09:17 AM
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the electrical activity of an atom is the same electricity of a light bulb?
Mar24-12 03:34 PM
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Hi In my lecture notes on quantum optics is a reference to a "c-number" electric field, and it is stated that,...
Mar24-12 04:17 PM
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As I understand (from reading p. 2-06 of Marle's 1975 text on geometric quantization available on the french wiki page...
Mar25-12 09:37 AM
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Hey Given an anisotropic hamiltonian \mathcal{H} = -\sum_{j,\rho} \left( J_\rho^z s_j^z s_{j+\rho}^z +...
Mar25-12 09:56 AM
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I have seen an argument that the time-energy uncertainty relation allows heavy particles to exist for short periods of...
Mar25-12 01:39 PM
Jano L.
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Assume the universe consists of a single photon, a single atom of hydrogen and a spherical detector (like an...
Mar25-12 02:09 PM
Jano L.
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In a Mach–Zehnder interferometer experiment, can you measure which path the beam took by measuring the change in...
Mar25-12 05:59 PM
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When I read about the uncertainty principle, I keep reading about these experiments where they fire electrons through...
Mar25-12 06:00 PM
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Physicist say "Quantum Entanglement is when you place 2 electrons together. They Vibrate in Unison. When you take...
Mar26-12 02:28 AM
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A mathematical statement of energy conservation can be given using the continuity equation in terms of the total...
Mar26-12 08:11 AM
Jano L.
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When I read about entanglement it is described as the singlet state two particles (or eventually even molecules) are...
Mar26-12 09:05 AM
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How much stronger is the strong nuclear force compared it to the electromagnetic force beyond what could be accounted...
Mar26-12 09:40 AM
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