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How does quantization arise in quantum mechanics?

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Why are quantum mechanical observables time-independent?

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Are there fields, and therefore particles, which do not arise from the quantum harmonic oscillator?

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Implication of Born's rule on the superposition principle

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Is this four-step recipe for quantization always valid?

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A Venn diagram for: (non-)locality, (non-)realism, (non-)contextuality, (non-)signalling, (dis-)entanglement

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How can a disentangled state be contextual?

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Why can't photons cancel each other?

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Which particle mediates the Aharonov-Bohm effect?

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Why doesn't the Lagrangian depend on higher-order derivatives of position?

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1 answer
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Is there a systematic method to derive Bell's inequalities?

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Is quantum annealing of any use?

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1 answer
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Why does commutativity mean that two observables can be measured together?

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Are violations of realism the same thing as contextuality?

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Is incompatibility required for contextuality?

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Is the uncertainity principle explained by disturbances or only by the Fourier picture?

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How does quantum contextuality relate to realism?

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Is first quantization not applicable to the electromagnetic field?

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Why should bras be thought of as linear functionals?

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Can Maxwell's equations be generalized to all fields?

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How is Mermin's magic square computed?

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Is the energy of a vibrating string the classical analog to Born's rule?

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Why do the modes of a string add up in the classical wave funcion but don't quantum mechanically?

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Quantum mechanically, is superposition a sum or a product?

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How does the Fourier picture relate to non-commutativity?

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Are qubits just analog, continuous classical bits?