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Electron Spin Different Concept?

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Posted by Alan on July 16, 2002 10:25:33 UTC

I thought electron spin was a different concept to quantum spin?

I didn't say electrons were EM waves.
Electrons are, surely, agreements between scientists on how to view information.

So they examples of definitions, and must obey "definition dynamics"?

I haven't anaylsed electrons. But I do not see why their spin indicating their magnetic orientation should present any difficulty.

-dolphin

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