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Is it wrong to talk about wave functions of macroscopic bodies?
Does a real macroscopic body, like table, human or a cup permits description as a wave function? When is it possible and when not? For example in the "Statistical Physics, Part I" by Landau & ...
Aug 13 '12 at 14:15
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