I'm interested in understanding the key physical differences between classical and quantum dynamics.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I understand that spin (intrinsic angular momentum) is one major physical difference.* So I wonder whether all else flows from this?

Or are there other major (unrelated) physical differences? Thanks.

* Like: blame Max; he started it with his aitch?

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# I Classical v. quantum dynamics: Is spin the key difference?

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