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I'm just someone trying to learn a bit more about quantum. I was wondering

what the relationship between maxwell's equations and quantum electrodynamics is? Are they compatible? Are maxwell's equations for solving macroscopic problems only? How

do you determine the E field for an electron when you don't know where it is? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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