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Consider a photon which is sent towards a detector. The instant before the photon hits the detector, let's say one...
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OK, I would really appreciate it if somebody could explain to me as simply as possible why entanglement happens...
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In QM hermitean operators are used as observables, which provide real eigenvalues. According to a version of the...
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When light is incident on a surface of water, for example, some of the light is reflected and some is transmitted and...
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Given an electron configuration such as 1s2 2s2 2px2 2py1 (My apologies for not knowing how to insert subscripts...
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We are trying to solve for the energy shifts for the states with l=1, considering a symmetric rotator with Ho=L^2/2I...
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