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Hi people. I just read this somewhere and I can't get my head around it. How is the Uncertainty Relation...
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How to you get sets of complete basis functions using group theory ? For example , using triangle group for CH3 Cl ?
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From page 46 of "Modern Quantum Mechanics, revised edition", by J.J. Sakurai. In equation (1.6.24), \left = d...
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I understand that a photon can be 'absorbed' by an electron resulting in the electron jumping to a higher energy level...
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A few weeks ago I heard that Intel released 14nm CPU (Broadwell). After that I did some research and found out that by...
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With the help of some kind PF folk I recently comprehended the idea of the quantum zeno effect. The idea now seems...
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Hi folks! Apparently \Psi(x) = Ax^ne^{-m \omega x^2 / 2 \hbar} is an approximate solution to the harmonic...
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I have read in a classical EM book: " The picture of conduction electrons moving freely in conductors is an...
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Hi, suppose that the operators $$\hat{A}$$ and $$\hat{B}$$ are Hermitean operators which do not commute corresponding...
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There is an argument that accurate sequential measurement of conjugate observables A and B on the same state is...
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I think I understand it but I prefer a response from a sci advisor rather than whatever someone put up on wikipedia. I...
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If we consider a bipartite system as in EPRB experiment we get the probabilities : p(++)=p(--)=1/4*(1-cos(theta))...
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Hi, I was wondering if 2 electrons in an 1s-orbital of a hydrogen anion (or alternatively neutral helium) are...
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Instantaneous action-at-a-distance (which is how we explain quantum entanglement) implies event-simultaneity, but we...
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Hi all! I am currently reading a review "Area law for the entanglement entropy" by Eisert, Cramer and Plenio...
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Is the transformation of an operator under INFINITESIMAL unitary transformation, U^-1AU or UAU^-1?? I saw that two...
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Typical introductions to path integrals start with asking for the value of \langle x_1,t_1 | x_2,t_2 \rangle. This is...
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Hello! I've only just come across the Unruh please bear with me! Say you have a long pole, and you...
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I have read the follow bock ...
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according to sommerfield quantization rule "for any physical system in which the co ordinates are periodin functions...
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Here's a puzzle that has been bothering me lately. I take as given the following: E = h\nu (Planck) energy...
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This idea is brought on by this paper: and the idea proposed by Asher Peres:...
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I usually know how to manipulate bras and kets. But I probably found difficulty because of the double summation. How...
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As per Heinsburg uncertainity principle, Δx*Δp≈h. It means we cannot actually measure simentenously both position and...
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I considered the covariance of 2 spin 1/2 as a non linear operator : A\otimes B-A|\Psi\rangle\langle\Psi|B. The...
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I am an accountant, not a physicist, but I find physics pretty interesting. One thing that I see reported on many a TV...
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Hi All, Would it be reasonable to state that, together with the quantum mechanics appearance, there appeared also a...
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I am a retired electrical engineer, now able to get back to studying what I really enjoy - mathematics and physics. ...
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My textbook says the ground state energy of the QSHO is given by 1/2*h_bar*w and that this is the minimum energy...
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consider the finite square well: V = -Vo between x=-a and x=a, V=0 elsewhere Now for scattering states,...
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Hey PF, i'm in my intro quantum course and was wondering if there is an intuitive reason why the allowed energies in...
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Consider this: Two antennas are set up in a vacuum. They both radiate electromagnetic waves of the exact same...
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What would be the scale, in which Newtonian mechanics dissolve and QM becomes the sole victor for accurate...
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Are the quantum mechanical terms "probability amplitude" and "probability density" used interchangeably?
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So starting from the time dependent schrodinger equation I perform separation of variables and obtain a time and...
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Hello, Hi There I am trying to obtain the relations of the conserved charges of the stress tensor, it has 4, one is...
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If a particle comes from +infinite and collides with a potential of the form : V = ∞ , x < 0 (I) -V0 ,...
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Hi, Are the multiverses that come up in some cosmological theories, e.g. inflation, in any way related to the...
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Hello there.I am a master student in High Energy Physics. I am trying to get started in AdS/CFT and holography. I...
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Hello. Apparently for SU(N) gauge theories there is a perturvative approach call "large N expansion". I need a...
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