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Posted by Harvey on July 10, 2001 22:58:53 UTC


I'm sorry, but I'm trying to translate your description into a pure mathematical formulation, but I don't understand these terms as pure mathematical abstractions:

>>>momentum>>wave packet is 1000 waves longThe length of a wave packet is what we call uncertainty of position of wave (indeed, Q: where is the wave bunch with the length equal to 1 meter is located? A: somewhere within this 1 meter).>Plank constant h>quantum mechanics Heisenberg's uncertainty principle: (delta x)(delta p)=h.

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