#### GEEKY GIRLS DRESS Funny Quantum Physics Toddler Ruffled Dress in Raspberry Ringspun Cotton - Lets All Fall Down With the Wave Function

### GEEKY GIRLS DRESS Funny Quantum Physics Toddler Ruffled Dress in Raspberry Ringspun Cotton - Let's All Fall Down With the Wave Function

GEEKY GIRLS DRESS Funny Quantum Physics Toddler Ruffled Dress in Raspberry Ringspun Cotton - Lets All Fall Down With the Wave Function

Rational Buddhism: Buddhism, Quantum Physics and Mind

#### Max Born (German-British, 1882-1970); won the 1954 Nobel Prize in Physics for his "fundamental research in Quantum Mechanics, especially in the statistical interpretation of the wave function."

Max Born (German-British, 1882-1970); won the 1954 Nobel Prize in Physics for his "fundamental research in Quantum Mechanics, especially in the statistical interpretation of the wave function."

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#### Animation of a probability amplitude wave function ψ collapsing

Animation of a probability amplitude wave function ψ collapsing

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8. One-Dimensional Wave Functions

#### Comparison of classical and quantum harmonic oscillator conceptions for a single spinless particle. The two processes differ greatly. The classical process (A–B) is represented as the motion of a particle along a trajectory. The quantum process (C–H) has no such trajectory. Rather, it is represented as a wave. Panels (C–F) show four different standing wave solutions of the Schrödinger equation. Panels (G–H) further show two different wave functions that are solutions of the Schrödinger ...

Comparison of classical and quantum harmonic oscillator conceptions for a single spinless particle. The two processes differ greatly. The classical process (A–B) is represented as the motion of a particle along a trajectory. The quantum process (C–H) has no such trajectory. Rather, it is represented as a wave. Panels (C–F) show four different standing wave solutions of the Schrödinger equation. Panels (G–H) further show two different wave functions that are solutions of the Schrödinger ...

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#### Sean Carroll | in truth, only atoms and the void: A blog by a scientist, but not necessarily a "science" blog.

Sean Carroll | in truth, only atoms and the void: A blog by a scientist, but not necessarily a "science" blog.

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Collapse of the Wave Function

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#### Wavefunction: superposition of an infinite number of plane waves traveling along the x-axis

Wavefunction: superposition of an infinite number of plane waves traveling along the x-axis

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#### This kaleidoscopic image is a wave function, illustrating the locational probabilities of an excited subatomic particle. The particle is more likely to be in the red areas than in the green; it is least likely to be in the black spaces. Using other particles or magnetic and electric fields, the area can be manipulated into different shapes, in this case, a heartlike shape called a cardioid.

This kaleidoscopic image is a wave function, illustrating the locational probabilities of an excited subatomic particle. The particle is more likely to be in the red areas than in the green; it is least likely to be in the black spaces. Using other particles or magnetic and electric fields, the area can be manipulated into different shapes, in this case, a heartlike shape called a cardioid.

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