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Gamma-Ray Telescope and Uncertainty Principle

Shivalingaswamy, T ; Kagali, B. A

European Journal of Physics Education, 2012, Vol.3(2), p.15 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Gamma-Ray Telescope and Uncertainty Principle
  • Autor: Shivalingaswamy, T ; Kagali, B. A
  • Assuntos: Science Instruction ; Quantum Mechanics ; Physics ; Scientific Principles ; Science Experiments ; Light ; Laboratory Equipment ; Physics
  • É parte de: European Journal of Physics Education, 2012, Vol.3(2), p.15
  • Descrição: Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle is one of the important basic principles of quantum mechanics. In most of the books on quantum mechanics, this uncertainty principle is generally illustrated with the help of a gamma ray microscope, wherein neither the image formation criterion nor the lens properties are taken into account. Thus a better illustration is required for the clear understanding of this principle. In this article we illustrate Heisenberg's uncertainty principle with a new thought experiment that could be called as gamma ray telescope with the inclusion of properties of the lens and quantum nature of light.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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