Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle – Part 1

One of the fundamental implications of quantum theory is the uncertainty principle – that is, the fact that certain pairs of physical quantities cannot be measured simultaneously with arbitrary accuracy. How does Werners Heisenberg uncertainty principle affect the determination of a particle’s location and velocity? “Heisenberg uncertainty principle states that the position and the the […]

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Radioactivity

Radioactivity burst into the world without warming. No precursors foreshadowed it, and nothing in nineteenth-century physics could have predicted it, Barely noticed first , within a few years radioactivity became a prime topic for researchers. What is radioactivity? Radioactivity results from the spontaneous nuclear disintegration of unstable isotopes. The stability of a nucleus depends on […]

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