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### Why you use some classical mechanics in quantum mechanics?

Classical mechanics is not used in quantum mechanics. Full Answer

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Classical mechanics is not used in quantum mechanics. Full Answer

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Principles of Quantum Mechanics was created in 1930. Full Answer

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classical mechanics deals with very large particles but in quantum mechanics very minute particles. Full Answer

the classification of mechanics are:- # Classical Mechanics # Statistical Mechanics # Quantum Mechanics Full Answer

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The distinction is sometimes made to distinguish normal quantum mechanics (which does not incorporate special relativity) and quantum field theory (relativistic quantum mechanics). Since we know special relativity is correct it is the relativistic form of quantum mechanics which is… Full Answer

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The concepts of quantum mechanics were not explored until the 20th century. Newton only lived into the 18th century, so Newton did no work on quantum mechanics. Full Answer

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Quantum Mechanics "replaced" Classical Mechanics in particle physics in mid-1930s. Full Answer

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The mixed state in quantum mechanics is the statistical ensemble of the pure states. Full Answer

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Richard Feynman stated once that "if you think you understand quantum mechanics then you don't understand quantum mechanics". However it is possible to learn how to write and solve the equations of quantum mechanics to get answers that can be… Full Answer

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Quantum Mechanics is inherently difficult to understand. In fact the well known physicist Richard Feynman, an expert on Quantum Mechanics, said: "It is safe to say that nobody understands Quantum Mechanics." Full Answer

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It is also called wave mechanics because quantum mechanics governed by Schrodinger's wave equation in it's wave-formulation. Full Answer

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Quantum mechanics is a separate branch of physics. It is a general term given to all quantum physics. There are many subbranches, for example Quantum chronodynamics which describes the strong nuclear interaction. Full Answer

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actually einstein developed one of the earliest parts of quantum mechanics: the theory of the photoelectric effect. he worked directly with many of the scientists that later developed the complete theory of quantum mechanics and the mathematics to solve its… Full Answer

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Classical Mechanics and Wave Theory. Full Answer

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There is no reasonable alternative to quantum mechanics, at least not something that can even compare with the predictive power and experimental accuracy as quantum theory. If you want to make predictions about things happening at small scales you cannot… Full Answer

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Nothing! Quantum mechanics wasn't invented until well after Newtons death. Full Answer

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I am not aware of it "not being explained". I would guess that you can explain the relevant aspects with quantum mechanics. Full Answer

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This is the title of a book that teaches how to perform the calculations of Quantum Mechanics, in very simple easy to follow terms. Full Answer

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Quantum mechanics studies the movement and interaction of subatomic particles, like electrons, nucleons, quarks, etc. Full Answer

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The apply to the Microworld. Full Answer

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In layman's terms, classical mechanics deals with everyday phenomena, while quantum mechanics deals with what happens to very small objects like atoms, their constituent particles, and so on. A slightly more technical point would be that classical mechanics assumes continuity… Full Answer

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Because light waves and radioactive decay are some of the key factors that lead to the development of Quantum Mechanics. Quantum mechanics is also our best apparatus for describing and predicting those phenomena. Full Answer

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Quantum mechanics is the description of the Universe, mainly on very small scales, as in subatomic particles. It has many weird aspects, that we are not accustomed to in our daily (large-scale) life.You can read an introduction to quantum mechanics… Full Answer