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I was doing some research for school and I was thinking of he Schrodinger's Cat Experiment. Can someone explain it to...
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I am reading about Dirac's equation for relativistic electron in Feynman's book "Quantum Electrodynamics". Factor...
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Hey everyone, so I recently watched a vid that talked about Googol and googolplex sized universes, and their...
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If there is an irrational solution to an equation for where a particle should be, for example from an ODE, then what...
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Disclaimer: If this is the wrong place for this, I apologise, this probably comes somewhere between QM, Atomic, Linear...
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Aristotelian physics, shorn of whatever the historical Aristotle actually believed, is pretty similar to Newtonian...
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I was wondering to what extent we understand the self interference of particles in the double slit experiment. More...
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Here is an instant communication protocol for Alice and Bob. Alice and Bob are given one each of a pair of momentum...
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What causes the differences between the atomic spectra of deuterium and the atomic spectra of protium? Are there any...
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I've searched, I found something in the archives, and several other places on the net, but i wonder, how further...
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In the same way we could create "principles" for the other forces which would not make them not forces. Is it a...
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I saw this today, thought some of you might find it interesting (as I did). Product states do not violate Bell...
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Apparently there are two helicities or "handednesses" of an electron: right and left. A right-handed electron spins...
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I have been reading round the Casamir Effect and Diracs vacuum field. On the one hand it appears to be a...
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I have heard of the phenomenon of virtual particle-antiparticle pairs popping out of the vacuum and then back into it...
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I hope someone can help me find the page or chapter where Helstrom discusses his famous measurement for distinguishing...
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How Do Particles Mediate forces (Strong Nuclear, Weak Nuclear). Like, what actually goes on to mediate such...
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Hi, This is probably trivial, but I don't see it and would therefore appreciate receving inputs. Suppose we...
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We get to know that vacuum is not really empty but that its energy ground state is non zero. Is this what is...
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i m studin the quantum mechanics in my second semester. Though i am doing an engg degree but i have deep intrest in...
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By looking at layman's books on physics I have picked up the idea that "virtual" particle-antiparticle pairs...
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Brian Greene describe an experiment in his book "The fabric of the cosmos" pretending to illustrate the Bell test...
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say you overlap two identical coherent light beams with a mirror but opposite phase so they effectively cancel each...
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I have seen the ∂ symbol many times in wave function equations. What does it mean?
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I know even molecules can be used and the result still emerges. What is the density of of atoms or molecules when...
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At classical harmonic oscillator, total energy is proportional to square of frequency, but at quantum harmonic...
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Hello! On p.424 in the second edition of Altland & Simons, they compute an average as part of a renormalization...
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3 years ago when I lived in Jordan I met a Palestinian who believed that he had unified gravity with quantum...
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How many chemical shift measurements must be used to elucidate the structure of organic questions?????? I found this...
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In non-relativistic QM, we spend a lot of time examining bound states--energy levels, spatial distributions, and all...
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Is there fixed data for the threshold frequency of metals? For example, is it possible to find out the threshold...
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