Asked in Quantum Mechanics
Is Heisenbergs uncertainity principle still relevant after the direct observation of quantum particles by 2012 Nobel physics winners?
Yes. As expected by physicists these experiments did not invalidate the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. ...
Asked in Chemistry
What does heisenbergs uncertainty principle state?
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 know both the momentum and position of an electron simultaneously, as measuring one affects the other. ...
Asked in Quantum Mechanics
What does Heisenbergs uncertainty principle say?
In its simplest terms that no measurement can be made arbitrarily precisely. This is because measurement on the quantum scale always requires disturbing the system being measured by using other particles as probes. The precise mathematical definition is in terms of the standard deviation. ...
Asked in Neil Armstrong, Apollo 11, The Moon
Why was landing on the moon one giant leap for mankind?
It was a giant leap for mankind , as it was a dangerous trip with uncertanity if they would return to earth. ...
Why can't electron reside inside nucleus?
the answer is simple n short . the thing is that atomic nucleus or we can say that the atomic radius of the electron is bigger than the atomic radius of the nucleus itself. like a bigger thing can not fit into a smaller area like wise is the case with electrons .hence they rotate outside the nucleus. however there is an other answer according to heisenbergs uncertainty principle .... ...
Asked in Chemistry, Particle Physics
What are the three main parts of an electrons address used in the current atomic theory that describe an electrons location?
I think you are referring to the 3 quantum numbers, n, l m; principal azimuthal and magnetic. Together with the spin quantum number they "define" an electron- but I would hesitate to call this the electrons location- Heisenbergs uncertainty principle gets in the way of a simultaneous knowledge of energy and location. ...
Asked in Actors & Actresses
What actors and actresses appeared in Fun to Grow On - 2010?
The cast of Fun to Grow On - 2010 includes: Mika Abdalla as Principal Sivana Allen as Principle Chloe Andersson as Principle Hannah Andersson as Principle Alexia Bailey as Principle Emily Bremauntz as Principle Jason Brownstein as Principle Jean Claude Kradin as Principle Emma Colwell as Principal Emma Colwell as Principle Viviana Corzo as Principle Allison Cossu as Principle Emily Denisi as Principle Sarah Dominguez as Principle Sophia Dominguez as Principle Jordan Drake as Principle Graham Ellis as Principle Jack Fawcett as Principle...
What is didactic principles?
•Principle of practical relevance •Principle of age appropriateness •Principle of motivation •Principle of self-activity / self reliance •Principle of methodological changes •Principle of securing the learning progress • ...
What are the different Principles applying to Objectives in Management?
1.principle of attainability 2.principle of acceptability 3.principle of communication 4.principle of clarity and or simplicity 5.the motivational principle 6.principle of suitability 6.the principle of commitment ...
Asked in Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
What is Heisenbergs uncertainty principal?
Principle that states that the position and velocity of an object cannot both be measured exactly at the same time, and that the concepts of exact position and exact velocity together have no meaning in nature. Articulated by Werner Heisenberg in 1927, it applies only at the small scales of atoms and subatomic particles and is not noticeable for macroscopic objects, such as moving vehicles. Any attempt to measure the velocity of a subatomic particle precisely will displace the particle in an unpredictable...