What is the difference between classical particle and quantum particle?
I was thinking that we can distinguish between classical mechanics and quantum mechanics by changing our length scale. But I don't understood in what way or on what parameter we differentiate between classical particle and quantum particle.
you take one proton or neutron and say that it quantum particle, but when you make a solid out out of proton and neutron you say we have a classical body.
just a matter of size, I think?
just only size determines whether something will be a classical or quantum particle? or some inherent deep meaning?
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