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Jul
27
comment Question on the uncertainty principle
Is it possible that the velocity of the proton is constant and therefore velocity uncertainty is constant too???
Jul
27
asked Question on the uncertainty principle
Jul
27
asked Connection between $\Delta x \Delta p \geq \frac{\hbar}{2}$ and $\Delta E \Delta t \geq \frac{\hbar}{2}$
Jul
26
comment Bra–ket notation & Schrödinger's cat intepretation
Thank you for the comment. I am still learning QM myself.
Jul
26
answered Bra–ket notation & Schrödinger's cat intepretation
Jul
26
accepted Harmonic oscillator - wavefunctions
Jul
26
accepted Replacing an operator with its expectation value
Jul
25
comment Problem similar to Davison & Germer eksperiment but with more angles and the mirror reflection
The result matches perfectly with the solution in the book.
Jul
25
comment Problem similar to Davison & Germer eksperiment but with more angles and the mirror reflection
Thank you for the hint. I still appreciate if anyone else finds an anwser in a relativistic way.
Jul
25
accepted Problem similar to Davison & Germer eksperiment but with more angles and the mirror reflection
Jul
25
comment Problem similar to Davison & Germer eksperiment but with more angles and the mirror reflection
It really works fabulous if nonrelativistic approach is used. Can you just tell me how, did you know that nonrelativistic should be used here? When did you first think of this? What was the trigger... ?
Jul
25
comment Problem similar to Davison & Germer eksperiment but with more angles and the mirror reflection
I always have a problem, because i totaly forget that we can deal with a problem in a nonrelativistic aproximation. But if a relativistic derivation is possible it would be really nice.
Jul
25
comment Problem similar to Davison & Germer eksperiment but with more angles and the mirror reflection
I like this but is there a correct way to do it relativistically.
Jul
25
accepted Calculating an energy of an electron with known De Broglie wavelength (why can't we calculate it similar than we do it for a photon)
Jul
25
revised Problem similar to Davison & Germer eksperiment but with more angles and the mirror reflection
added 624 characters in body
Jul
25
asked Problem similar to Davison & Germer eksperiment but with more angles and the mirror reflection
Jul
25
comment Calculating an energy of an electron with known De Broglie wavelength (why can't we calculate it similar than we do it for a photon)
Maybee it really has to do something with a fact that an electron has a mass...
Jul
25
asked Calculating an energy of an electron with known De Broglie wavelength (why can't we calculate it similar than we do it for a photon)
Jul
23
revised About an Einstein equation
Edited all the equations in LaTeX.
Jul
23
suggested approved edit on About an Einstein equation