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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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When do you think type one civilization will be reached? I think we'll reach type one civilization will be reached...
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what are the 32 quantum states of an electron?
Dec8-03 11:52 AM
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OK we know beyond doubt that electrons exist in reality, even if no-one really knows what they actually are. Can we...
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Hi all, I've been reading through these forums for a while now. I don't post, but I just like to watch what...
Nov13-03 08:25 AM
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Hello, I believe that a field is something more than just a region. I feel it has something that we all donít know....
Nov12-03 08:18 AM
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Quantum theory is very successful in describing bits of matter as clouds (probability distributions). Ironically,...
Nov14-03 12:00 AM
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I'm trying to show the relation between L^2 and Lz where L is total angular momentum and Lz is the z component. ...
Nov10-03 11:37 AM
Tom Mattson
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Just a few questions I have been trying to find answers to. A) Will a gyroscope function in deep space with the...
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I'm trying to demonstrate that angular momentum and the Hamiltonian commute provided that V is a function of radius r...
Nov11-03 05:49 PM
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Hi. I'm to compare science and religion for some schoolwork that I'm doing in a religion class. I'm to find out how...
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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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Another question let be S1 and S2 two action so that Si'=-H being the ' derivative respect to time if S1=S2+V then...
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I am a first year university student (and have taken chemistry and physics through high school, and still do) and was...
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I know that when an atom reachs the plasma stage its electrons have gone through diffrent orbitals getting...
Nov14-03 05:44 AM
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OK, I would really appreciate it if somebody could explain to me as simply as possible why entanglement happens...
Nov16-03 12:29 PM
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I saw a series about neutrino research on TV and evrybody talked about 'Geisterteilchen' (ghost parts, literally...
Nov21-03 01:54 PM
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hi all, What is quantum number???????? I know a bit about quantum number but i am not clear about it so can...
Dec1-03 10:22 AM
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when a photon aquiers more energy is the transfer instant or is there a time lag before the photon exhibits its new...
Nov19-03 11:26 AM
17 1,867 It's interesting to say the least, though of course it's not yet been...
Nov19-03 11:13 AM
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In QM hermitean operators are used as observables, which provide real eigenvalues. According to a version of the...
Dec1-03 09:11 AM
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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...
Nov21-03 10:41 AM
Chi Meson
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Given an electron configuration such as 1s2 2s2 2px2 2py1 (My apologies for not knowing how to insert subscripts...
Nov20-03 02:16 PM
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When studying Thermodynamics, we make much use of adiabatic processes where a change is made so fast that no...
Nov20-03 10:22 PM
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Hi dear virtual friends, I am now going to ask you something. I would be pleased if you would answer me. In an...
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Depending on energy, how far will an Electron penetrate a block of acrylic? If you have any clue or where I could...
Nov21-03 08:17 PM
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Hi everyone! I'm having some problem calculating the probability for a particle to penetrate a barrier (potential...
Nov29-03 07:22 AM
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Nov25-03 09:14 AM
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Greetings ! Here's an example by Steven Weinberg I read sometime ago (in SciAm I think): Imagine a light beam...
Nov24-03 07:41 AM
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Franck Wilczek Inventory and Outlook for High Energy Physics it's the summary...
Nov22-03 07:30 PM
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I believe that the Axioms for TQFT were set out by Atiyah in 1990 and that one of the equivalent definitions of a...
Nov21-03 11:58 PM
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consider a two fold degeneracy such that H Psi_a = E Psi_a and H Psi_b = E Psi_b and <Psi_a | Psi_b> = 0 All of...
Nov25-03 08:06 AM
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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...
Nov25-03 12:48 AM
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Tun, te tum, please read these thoughts I've written and commment. Consider two hydrogen atoms. As they are...
Nov27-03 08:34 AM
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Hi guys, i'm having a bit a trouble helping my daughter with this question on the fourier series approximation: The...
Nov27-03 03:03 PM
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Hey guys! As of lately, i've indulged deeply into the entire affair of Quantum Mechanics, field theories and the...
Nov29-03 02:18 PM
14 2,233 Particles small enough for their behaviour to be governed...
Nov29-03 10:20 PM
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guys i need help!!! i need to come up with a drawing and an explanation of a Neon atom model. the model has to be...
Nov29-03 12:35 AM
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I am a little stuck understanding and answering the following questions. Can anyone help me with them? "A...
Dec4-03 03:16 AM
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For context I'm looking at: Bell's theorem suggests that a hidden...
Dec4-03 05:46 PM
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How would be a good way of explaining Sationary Waves to somebody who does not know what they are? I'm talking...
Dec8-03 08:00 AM
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