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Qualified electrical engineer, Working in Power Systems, Actuarial student, Moderator two online forums on Philosophy, Chess enthusiast.


Jan
29
comment What entities in Quantum Mechanics are known to be “not quantized”?
Am I right in stating the converse that if boundary conditions can be stated for any quantity then quantization must also exist?
Jan
29
comment What entities in Quantum Mechanics are known to be “not quantized”?
@twistor59 You have to allow for people who are not native to QM but are merely interested in philosophical implications of what Physics has uncovered so far.
Jan
29
comment What entities in Quantum Mechanics are known to be “not quantized”?
@user1104 I am talking of the known world. Do we know any existing quantities that exist in non-quantized state?
Jan
29
comment What entities in Quantum Mechanics are known to be “not quantized”?
Does that mean that if boundary conditions do not exist, then quantization does not exist?
Dec
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Dec
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asked What entities in Quantum Mechanics are known to be “not quantized”?