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It says that two non-commuting observables are unable to be known simultaneously to an arbitrary precision. Example: Position and momentum are two non-commuting observables. S…o if I have an electron I am unable to make the statement that at exactly 1 second the electron was at position X and had momentum P. There are many other non-commuting observable, but two other important ones are Energy, E, and time, t. (MORE)

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Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle states simply that the act of observing something changes it. However, it is most commonly applied to the electron, as it is impossible to k…now both the momentum and position of an electron simultaneously, as measuring one affects the other. (MORE)

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Werner Heisenberg's (1901-1976) uncertainty principle: ∆x ∙ ∆(mv) ≥ h / 4π x = uncertainty; m = mass; v = velocity To solve for ∆x... ∆…x = h / 4πm∆v (MORE)

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Heisenberg. He was also the top scientist on the Nazi A-bomb project. They spent all their time working on reactor development and never understood the fast neutron fission p…rocess needed for a bomb until after the British captured him and gave him the August 6, 1945 London newspaper and he read about Hiroshima... he had it all worked out by that evening! (MORE)

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Heisenberg's uncertainty principle concerns electron momentum and position. It states that for any moving particle, its position and its momentum cannot be determined at a sa…me time. Mathematically, the product (dx)(dp) is greater than or equal to h/4(pi) dx = uncertainty in position dp = uncertainty in momentum h = Planck's constant (6.620 x 10-34 J.s) (MORE)

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ΔX * ΔP ≥ h / (4π) Also, ΔE * Δt ≥ h / (4π)X = position, ΔX = uncertainty in positionP = momentum, ΔP = uncertainty in momentumE = energy, ΔE = uncertainty in en…ergyt = time, Δt = uncertainty in timeh = Plancks' constant (MORE)

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In one of its simplest forms, if you are trying to measure both the velocity and position of a particle you cannot get better accuracy for both than some minimal product. If y…ou measure one very accurately you will not be able to measure the other except with poor accuracy and vice versa. There are many such paired properties to which uncertainty applies. (MORE)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4

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One thing that wouldn't work without the uncertainty principle is the electron tunneling microscope. The the electron tunneling microscope uses a phenomenon called the quantum… tunneling in which a particle can 'jump' or 'tunnel' from one side of an energy barrier to the other side. The electron tunneling microscope requires an object to have an electron to 'jump' from their side to the microscope in order to actually use the microscope. (MORE)