Verify that the uncertainty principle can be expressed in the form , where is the uncertainty in the angular momentum of a particle, and is the uncertainty in its angular position. (You may think of a particle, mass m, moving in a circle of fixed radius r, with speed v)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

b) At what uncertainty in L will the angular position of a particle become completely indeterminate?

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# Homework Help: Uncertainty Principle

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