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revised Online physics collaboration tools
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revised Online physics collaboration tools
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answered Online physics collaboration tools
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awarded  Critic
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asked Why is a classical formalism necessary for quantum mechanics?
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27
revised In Method of images type problems, why isn't the induced charge taken into account while solving it via Green's functions?
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asked In Method of images type problems, why isn't the induced charge taken into account while solving it via Green's functions?
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accepted Why is tunneling not a classical idea?
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asked Why is tunneling not a classical idea?
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awarded  Supporter
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17
asked Why do people still talk about bohmian mechanics/hidden variables
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17
revised Why isn't the wave equation $\nabla^2 \psi - 1/c^2 \partial_{tt} \psi = (\frac{mc}{\hbar})^2\psi$
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revised Why isn't the wave equation $\nabla^2 \psi - 1/c^2 \partial_{tt} \psi = (\frac{mc}{\hbar})^2\psi$
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revised Why isn't the wave equation $\nabla^2 \psi - 1/c^2 \partial_{tt} \psi = (\frac{mc}{\hbar})^2\psi$
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revised Why isn't the wave equation $\nabla^2 \psi - 1/c^2 \partial_{tt} \psi = (\frac{mc}{\hbar})^2\psi$
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