if we can find a 'soliton' solution for Nonlinear Schroedinguer equation , then does this imply that Uncertainty principle is false ??(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

since a soliton is a localized wave packet then i can find the position of the soliton and its momentum so apparently i have violated uncertainty.

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# Solitons and Heisenberg uncertainty

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