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Daily Archives: November 2, 2011
Applications of Heisenberg’s Uncertainty principle: Nonexistence of electrons in the nucleus
Applications of Heisenberg Uncertainty principle The Heisenberg uncertainty principle based on quantum physics explains a number of facts which could not be explained by classical physics. One of the applications is to prove that electron can not exist inside the … Continue reading
Heisenberg uncertainty principle
Statement: According to Heisenberg uncertainty principle, it is impossible to measure the exact position and momentum of a particle simultaneously within the wave packet. We know, group velocity of the wave packet is given by vg =∆ω/∆k Where ω is … Continue reading
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