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Amplitude of an electromagnetic wave containing a single photon

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What would happen if Large Hadron Collider would collide electrons?

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Schrodinger's equation (explanation to non physicist)

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Is a hard drive heavier when it is full?

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What is the difference between a photon and a phonon?

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What can $E=mc^2$ do?

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Why is quantum entanglement so important in the context of quantum computation?

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Bose-Einstein condensation in systems with a degenerate ground state

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Definition of "Quantizing"

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Why are some materials diamagnetic, others paramagnetic, and others ferromagnetic?

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Why is a critical system equal to a gapless system?

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Why Does Light Not Become Polarized In A Magnetic and/or Electric Field?

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Do photons actually generate a slight kinetic force?

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Non-destructive measurement of qbits

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Counterpropagating beams in a ring cavity lasers

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Non-commutative property of rotation

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What is the simplest possible topological Bloch function?

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Misconception about the expectation of a quantum system

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Time-reversal symmery and topological insulators

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Superconducting Wavefunction Phase (Feynman Lectures)

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Alkali atom in oscilating electromagnetic field

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Is energy always proportional to frequency?

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How is a Rydberg Blockade Radius defined?

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The most price-efficient experimental setup involving SPDC, single-photon counting etc

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Wigner's friend and quantum Zeno effect

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Can entropy be equal to zero?

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Identifying a critical phenomena?

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What entities in quantum mechanics are known to be "not quantized"?

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Has Bose-Einstein theory been considered for dark matter?

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Superposition of electromagnetic waves