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Hello, I've been trying to define <p2> in terms of <x2>, much the same way that you can write <p> = m d<x>/dt, because...
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Hello everyone, I'd like to start off by expressing my appreciation for the existence of this forum to begin with. I...
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given two system is entangled, |A>=(|0_{A}>+|1_{A}>)/√2, |B>=(|0_B{}>+|1_B{}>)/√2. entangle state |AB>what is the...
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The uncertainty in this principle is talking about uncertainty of measurement or particle itself?
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Quantum mechanics says that physical observables are self-adjoint operators. Is this correspondence a bijection, ie...
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Question about quantum spin: So for the Schrodinger equation, the angular momentum of a wave-packet, whether it is...
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hello How to you rigorously express the orthonormality of a complete set of eigenvectors (|q\rangle)_q of the...
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I am reading Field Quantization by Greiner and Rienhardt and I am trying to prove that i\hbar \frac{d\hat{b_k}}{dt}...
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Hi, I'd like to argue Heisenberg doesn't apply to a collapsed wave... I always interpretted the Heisenberg...
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What ever happened with QFT? Heard so much about it years ago now only once in a while will a past Nobel laureate...
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The electromagnetic spectrum contains wavelengths that are on the scale of macroscopic objects. What I'm not sure...
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I just listened to a lecture on this, and I'm not sure I quite get the point. What the lecturer did was examine...
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Consider our universe but with only two particles, say two protons. Inevitably they would orbit mutually about one...
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Hi PF members. I have got a little worry I am familiar with the Zeeman term that always appears in the Hamiltonian of...
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I came up with the following idea of a device: We have a short circuited type-2 (to allow more current)...
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If an electron gets excited from K to L shell, it will actually finish in the 2p subshell and then deexcite to 2s and...
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How is the wavefunction of an electron determined? I've seen images which show that it looks like this :...
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Hello, I have been studying Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by Griffith and in a section he solves the...
Feb14-14 06:50 AM
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After time t, the probability of monochromatic absorption of the ground state |1> to the energy state |n> is given by:...
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Hey guys, I study biophysics, so maybe this is a sophomoric question. I've done a cursory, albeit fruitless search...
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hi guys, i just have a quick question concerning the Copenhagen interpretation of things. say there is a star, very...
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Hi, I know this is old news at this stage, but I was watching his public lecture on quantum mechanics, and he says...
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Hi, this probably has been answered somewhere here already, but I was unable to find it. Could someone explain how...
Feb13-14 05:35 AM
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I know that transistors work using QM, but I dont know how, can someone explain this to me?
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Hello. This is my first post here. I am an undergrad student and my first experience with quantum mechanics isn't...
Feb12-14 04:18 PM
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I have the following question for anyone who can help: Suppose in Dirak notation i have the following state: /ψ> =...
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Hey guys! First time posting on this site. Been reading for quite a while and really loving it! :thumbs:! I'm a...
Feb12-14 01:09 AM
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The spin angular momentum of a spin 1/2 particle is given by S = √(s(s+1))ℏ. If s =1/2, S= ((√3)/2)ℏ So, if s=1...
Feb11-14 02:06 PM
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1. A photon that emerges when an electron jumps one orbital down -- will have a fixed energy ...i.e. the different...
Feb11-14 12:34 PM
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Once a wavefunction has collapsed, can the system change to a new state if we disturb the system? For example, if...
Feb11-14 07:19 AM
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Hello Everyone, I'm brand new to the forum as a poster, although I have been quietly reading the very interesting...
Feb10-14 12:24 PM
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As a physics student, I was taught that refraction happens because when light approaches a material with a refraction...
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I think that Wick theorem permits us to contract boson field operator with fermion field operator(?).Because the...
Feb10-14 01:43 AM
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Do atoms "generally" exhibit superposition when not isolated from the enviorment?I know that electrons and photons do...
Feb9-14 09:24 PM
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Hi everyone, today I had a thought coming across my mind when I woke up, and I think it might be an explanation for...
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Suppose that operators A and B have complete sets of eigenfunctions, = 0, and Ψ is an eigenfunction of A with the...
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we're learning about some of the properties of the steady state wave functions confined in an infinite well. one of...
Feb9-14 10:49 AM
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Hi, as I understand it, in hydrogen with its electron in the p-orbital there is a charge polarization (negative in...
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i was just reading the following article and had an interesting thought;...
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