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Good morning. I am wondering what is the nature of virtual particle production beyond the event horizon of a black...
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Are there any cases where a particle and its antiparticle have opposite intrinsic parity? I've never seen such a...
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Hi all, I was wondering if anyone could help me with some general rules for which parts one should include in a...
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In the two-slit experiment, as I understand it, an interference pattern can be generated by sending many electrons (or...
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The wave function represents all that can be known about a quantum system, but that usually means that we only know...
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I know this topic has been addressed on this forum ad nauseam and please redirect my post if it is posted incorrectly....
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We are starting to learn about spin in my introductory quantum mechanics course, and I was wondering if anyone could...
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Hi, I am reading through Section 3.4 of Lewis Ryder's QFT book, where he makes the statement, This makes...
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What are you guy's thoughts on constructing a quantum computer from attosecond double-slit phenomena?
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It is interesting that our elementary fermions have 1/2 spin, meaning it takes a full 720 degree rotation to bring...
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zen loki
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Hello, why do the electrons with higher quantic number N have more energy than the electrons with lower N if they need...
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I like the way quantum mechanics can be expressed as a set of five or six axioms, like in Daniel T. Gillespie's A...
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Dear physicist, I designed an experiment for my undergraduate students. As we know, for spin operators, the...
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Hello guys, I need the quantum mechanical description of the Cesium atom/gas with its hyperfine states, and...
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If the 2-slit experiment is modified by adding apartition between the barrier and the electron detector screen,...
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How can we compute the expectation value, <\widehat{x}\widehat{p}> where ψ(x) is a normalized wavefunction? (The...
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I know the generalized formula for Feynman parameters, my problem is in simplifying. What I mean is something like...
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Avodyne
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Hey! Could someone please explain to me what the exchange integral exactly represents? I understand the coulomb...
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elfrotardo
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what is the wave packet combine to particle ?? how it's describe the position of particle ?
Apr17-12 02:43 PM
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We don't know what travels through the various paths, however we can, at the least, talk about the properties of what...
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I've been watching Sidney Coleman's QFT lectures (http://www.physics.harvard.edu/about/Phys253.html). I've gotten up...
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Hi! During a lesson, the prof said that the Fock space could be non-separable. When can this happen?
Apr17-12 08:59 AM
Bill_K
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Is spin of electron taken into account when people accelerate electron in LHC?
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mfb
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Suppose you theoretically have two betatrons each accelerating a particle near light speed in opposite directions....
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DrChinese
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How the virtual photon exchange theory be used to derive completely Coulombs Law related to electrostatic field?...
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If I understand the equipartition theorem more or less well, if I heat up a gas then the energy I have spent to heat...
Apr16-12 05:25 PM
fluidistic
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Hi, I'm trying to work through something and it should be quite simple but somehow i've gotten a bit confused. ...
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Irrational
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Hi all, just studying for my final exam and needed a little clarification on this. Our prof did an example:...
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Chopin
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Quantum mechanics ideas: the idea of quantum mechanics and computing is mind boggling and impossible to fully...
Apr16-12 10:06 AM
DrChinese
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I had a quick question on the uncertainty principle. I'm not a physicist but I'm familiar with the basic theories. ...
Apr16-12 08:24 AM
Naty1
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Hi, Suppose I have a 2D spinless electron bounded by a parabolic confining potential. If we add a magnetic field...
Apr16-12 04:58 AM
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At the moment I am studying the Schrodinger equation using this resource. In a 1D solution (sec 3.1 in the paper)...
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Any boolean formula can be represented efficiently as a reversible circuit (i.e. with at most a polynomial increase in...
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Is Dirac's Sea entirely discounted now? He did predict positrons - that were later found. And mirrors have been...
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Can anybody clear this up for me? In his Chicago lectures in 1930, Heisenberg is quoted as saying “The...
Apr15-12 02:12 PM
Goodison_Lad
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According to the more popular interpretations of (parts of) QM: photon (properties) are in an indeterminate state...
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When you have an ordinary (read: spin zero) particle with a quantum state |ψ>, the corresponding position-space wave...
Apr15-12 09:59 AM
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Supposed we are given a set of SUSY transformation law, the way to get the BPS equation is by requiring that \delta...
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I know that wind is the result of fluids being drawn from high pressure to low pressure among other classical forces. ...
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