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

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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.

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