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If electron acts both as a wave and a particle; how does an electron emit a photon when it is a wave?
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According to Einstein, any thing moves or tends to move with or nearly equaly to the velocity of light will have its...
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Hello all, I have a few questions regarding the magnetic charge of an electron. First of all, I read an electron...
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I am currently reading Kenneth W. Ford's book entitled "The Quantum World". In chapter 2 there is a section on...
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Hi friends I've a big andu here. Electron revolts around the nucleus in the circular path. Its due to the force...
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When I was in School, my science teachers over-simplified everything to the point of being totally wrong. I guess,...
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My emphasis is on the solid-state/mesoscopic physics and I have the following question: Can the interaction of two...
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Lets say we have two pieces of metal with different electron-hole pressure. In both metals electrons and holes are NOT...
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Hi, I need some help to work out the electron-hole overlap integral Mnn' for a quantum well: Knowing that...
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Hi. I'm doing research relating to solar cells and came about the topic related to effective masses. The wiki...
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The interference pattern created by the distribution of particles (electrons or photons) is related to the wave...
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So I read somewhere about some equation that might explain the Electron/Proton mass ratio, but it was off by several...
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a wave: or a bee-bee? ...
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Which material contains highest concentration of free electrons and holes simutaneously at room temperature and could...
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Hello, why in the normal atomic configuration every layer except the second can contain only up to 8 electrons if for...
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I'm a little confused about something very simple. From a chemistry perspective I am told about how many electrons...
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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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Sorry I posted 2 threads within the hour, but I'm just really interested. In my chem class they (teachers, txtbooks,...
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Do the electrons spin around the nuclues? If so, do we know the value?
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Are electrons actually just photons that are stuck in the orbit of an atom's nucleus? Both photons and electrons...
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Hello, I was just taking a shower when this question came upon my mind, what would happen if all the electrons stopped...
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I have seen from demonstration in the internet that when elecrons are fired one by one in double slit-interference...
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I know the double slit experiment illustrates how an electron can be treated as a wave, but what experiment shows how...
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I just found out that electrons can disappear and return at any giving moment, can someone clarify that for me?
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hi, i have a question. are electrons distinguishable ? my personal view is they are not. because...
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Consider the simplest of all possible atoms: A hydrogen atom with only a proton as its nucleus. According to...
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Greetings, This is basically just an observation I expect it to be laughed at (already has been laughed at in the...
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Right, as we know from the uncertainty principle we dont know exactly where an electron is, just where it most...
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Rutgers University physicists have performed computer simulations that show how electrons become one thousand times...
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What exactly do the mean when an electron "jumps" from an energy level to another energy level in an atom. Do they...
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Hi. I have a little question. In some of my books you can read that the author keeps saying that an electron is...
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So I was pondering an electron jumping to a lower energy state and releasing some light. And then I became stuck...
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Is it literally possible for them to be in two places at once? Is this proven; How is this possible? I mean, sure...
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Let's imagine an electron that lives in an one dimensional world where there is a potential well near x=0 and that for...
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go quantum!
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From the article: This is one of the first direct applications of attosecond pulses, but according to Berkeley...
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Hi, I am currently a student, still grasping some basic concepts of quantum mechanics. I've been reading some...
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If you tap on a desk, or are walking, does that energy that is being transferred cause electrons in the desk or ground...
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Please correct me if I am wrong in any of this 1) Electrons are able to go around the nucleus of an atom due to the...
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