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Mar
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comment Which types of particles are affected by the wave-particle duality?
I'm not that expert on experiments... However there are "standard" double slit experiments, and in recent times people have tried to see wave-like behaviors for bigger particles... The furthest we got is the Zwillinger's experiments (C60 diffraction, the experiment I was quoting) as far as I know.
Mar
11
revised Which types of particles are affected by the wave-particle duality?
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Mar
11
answered Which types of particles are affected by the wave-particle duality?
Feb
26
comment Numerical solution of the BCS gap equation, with Coulomb potential
Didn't know about that one! Thank you!
Feb
26
revised Numerical solution of the BCS gap equation, with Coulomb potential
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Feb
26
revised Numerical solution of the BCS gap equation, with Coulomb potential
clarified a bit.
Feb
26
asked Numerical solution of the BCS gap equation, with Coulomb potential
Jan
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Oct
15
accepted Is it always possible to express an operator in terms of creation/annihilation operators?
Oct
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asked Is it always possible to express an operator in terms of creation/annihilation operators?
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Mar
23
answered Finding Electric Field outside a Charged Cylinder
Mar
22
answered Do neutrinos of any flavor get trapped in black holes?
Feb
21
comment Does the electron really turn into a positron on $2\pi$ rotation?
If the original poster is quoting right, it seems like Penrose is implying a rotation in spinorial space, not in physical space.
Feb
17
revised Do the energy levels of electron orbitals change relativistically?
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Feb
17
comment Do the energy levels of electron orbitals change relativistically?
Broadening of spectral lines happens due to chaotic motion, e.g. in a gas, in which many atoms are emitting at the same frequency. Also, there is broadening due to Heisenberg indetermination. Relative motion between the source and the observer, on the other hand, will results in a shift of energy.
Feb
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answered Do the energy levels of electron orbitals change relativistically?
Feb
7
accepted Why is the BCS trial function valid across the BEC-BCS crossover?
Feb
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asked Why is the BCS trial function valid across the BEC-BCS crossover?
Jan
24
comment Commutator with expontential [A, exp(B)]
The first equation Burzum wrote is such an expression... You can simplify or rewrite the infinite series once you know [A,B]