Answered

### Who proposed quantum theory?

Quantum Theory was proposed by Max planck. Full Answer

Answered

Quantum Theory was proposed by Max planck. Full Answer

Answered

Stephen L. Adler has written: 'Quantum Theory as an Emergent Phenomenon' -- subject(s): Quantum theory 'Quaternionic quantum mechanics and quantum fields' -- subject(s): Quantum theory, Quaternions, Mathematical physics, Quantum field theory Full Answer

Answered

Rudolf Haag has written: 'Local quantum physics' -- subject(s): Quantum field theory, Quantum theory 'On quantum field theories' -- subject(s): Quantum theory Full Answer

Answered

Einstein did not think of the quantum theory, Max Planck did. Einstein has contributed to quantum physics Full Answer

Answered

The Quantum Theory was proposed by Max Planck. The accepted model of a hydrogen atom based on the quantum theory was given by Neils Bohr Full Answer

Answered

Heinrich Saller has written: 'Operational Quantum Theory I' 'Operational quantum theory' -- subject(s): Mathematics, Quantum theory Full Answer

Answered

The original founder of quantum theory was Max Plank. The basic theory has been improved upon many times but there hasn't been a 'Modern Quantum Theory' that replaces the old. Full Answer

Answered

No one GAVE the quantum theory, but it was proposed by Max Planck in 1900. Full Answer

Answered

Quantum theory is the theoretical basis of modern physics. It is supposed to explain the radiation of energy and the Bohr Theory. Full Answer

Answered

The quantum theory of gravity is that they are made up of particles called gravitons. This theory is in the early stages, though. Full Answer

Answered

Quantum theory was not the result of a single experiment, a single discovery, or even a single scientist. Quantum theory evolved gradually, over several decades. Full Answer

Answered

Max Karl Ernst Ludwig Planck is regarded as the founder of the quantum theory. Full Answer

Answered

The quantum mechanical model is called the quantum theory. Full Answer

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Answered

There is no real difference behind the terms quantum mechanics and quantum physics and quantum theory. If one wants to make a linguistic distinction, you can. Quantum theory is the more encompassing term including any theoretical explanations of quantum phenomena… Full Answer

Answered

Answer quantum field theory, quantum electrodynamics, quantum chromodynamics, string theory Energy is quantized Full Answer

Answered

The most known theory in quantum mechanics would be the Broglie-Bohm theory. Other popular theories are the string theory, quantum entanglement, and SchrÃŒ_dinger's cat. Full Answer

Answered

The Quantum Theory. Full Answer

Answered

String theory is one of the leading candidates for a theory of everything, that is, a theory that unifies all 4 basic forces of nature, viz, gravity, the electromagnetic force, the strong force and the weak force. The last 3… Full Answer

Answered

Never. Einstein proposed a number of important theories, but quantum theory was not one of them. "Quantum Theory" is actually a popular misnomer for a number of theories, the earliest of which was a quantum mechanical theory of the electromagnetic… Full Answer

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Unanswered

Answered

Not sure what you mean by "derive" quantum theory; that's along the lines of "deriving" gravity. In our Universe, quantum theory is the only one we've developed that matches experimental evidence. In all cases, quantum theory was developed mathematically simply… Full Answer

Answered

In
Science

the theory of evolution, general relativity, quantum theory Full Answer

Answered

In
Physics

That's a mis-spelling of "quantum theory". Full Answer