Young whores-old nuns or

... it follows that B must possess simultaneously both a x and a p sharp values, and since QM rejects this possibility, i.e., since it can supply only a state-function of B as possessing either a sharp x or a sharp p but not both, it is "incomplete." Hence the two arguments are opposed in their claims a ...

... it follows that B must possess simultaneously both a x and a p sharp values, and since QM rejects this possibility, i.e., since it can supply only a state-function of B as possessing either a sharp x or a sharp p but not both, it is "incomplete." Hence the two arguments are opposed in their claims a ...

Einstein_Discover (Chicago refs)

... nineteenth century physics. It had taken a wealth of experimental results in electricity, magnetism and light and captured them all in one set of differential equations, now known as “Maxwell’s equations.” The fit was close and precise. The slightest tinkering with the theory almost always creates a ...

... nineteenth century physics. It had taken a wealth of experimental results in electricity, magnetism and light and captured them all in one set of differential equations, now known as “Maxwell’s equations.” The fit was close and precise. The slightest tinkering with the theory almost always creates a ...

RESEARCH ARTICLE Bottles as models

... Gill size was increased to 1.5cm width, representing the enlarged gill slits of the basking shark, buccal length was decreased (to 15cm total, 12cm buccal) to test for differences in ontogeny, and flow speed (fish swimming speed) was increased to 60cms–1 for each gill number variation. Adjustin ...

... Gill size was increased to 1.5cm width, representing the enlarged gill slits of the basking shark, buccal length was decreased (to 15cm total, 12cm buccal) to test for differences in ontogeny, and flow speed (fish swimming speed) was increased to 60cms–1 for each gill number variation. Adjustin ...

Einstein`s quantum theory of the monatomic ideal gas: non

... and the prediction of what came to be known as the Bose-Einstein condensation phenomenon. The third paper, in contrast, has rarely been mentioned, and we have not found any work that would analyze it in some detail. Max Jammer3 , Friedrich Hund4 , Abraham Pais5 , Jagdish Mehra and Hans Rechenberg,6 ...

... and the prediction of what came to be known as the Bose-Einstein condensation phenomenon. The third paper, in contrast, has rarely been mentioned, and we have not found any work that would analyze it in some detail. Max Jammer3 , Friedrich Hund4 , Abraham Pais5 , Jagdish Mehra and Hans Rechenberg,6 ...

Long-Ranged Oppositely Charged Interactions for Designing New

... with a small number of (oppositely charged) satellite (labeled B) particles attached to its surface. The clusters are stabilized against further aggregation by their remaining net charge and the large extension of the double layer, and persist on macroscopic time scales. Furthermore, the (intraclust ...

... with a small number of (oppositely charged) satellite (labeled B) particles attached to its surface. The clusters are stabilized against further aggregation by their remaining net charge and the large extension of the double layer, and persist on macroscopic time scales. Furthermore, the (intraclust ...

The Mathematics of the Casimir Effect

... which, for each ~k, describes a harmonic oscillator Quantising harmonic oscillators is easy... ...

... which, for each ~k, describes a harmonic oscillator Quantising harmonic oscillators is easy... ...

ppt - NICADD

... – Spin-(2n+1)/2 particles that do not share a quantum state. – Consequently, their production, annihilation, or decay must be associated with either another fermion or an “antifermion”. This results in the conservation of number of matter particles. “Interactions”: mediated by Bosons. – Spin-n parti ...

... – Spin-(2n+1)/2 particles that do not share a quantum state. – Consequently, their production, annihilation, or decay must be associated with either another fermion or an “antifermion”. This results in the conservation of number of matter particles. “Interactions”: mediated by Bosons. – Spin-n parti ...

Collected Scientific Papers - SN Bose National Centre for Basic

... Instead of heeding this warning signal people 'fixed' the trouble by an ad hoc procedure in dividing the partition function by the factorial of the number of particles, thus condoning the Maxwell--Boltzmann statistics. The genuine need for a reexamination of the implications of the strict identity o ...

... Instead of heeding this warning signal people 'fixed' the trouble by an ad hoc procedure in dividing the partition function by the factorial of the number of particles, thus condoning the Maxwell--Boltzmann statistics. The genuine need for a reexamination of the implications of the strict identity o ...

Elementary particles and the exasperating Higgs boson: the ideas

... Fractional: ½, 3/2, 5/2 are called fermions Integer: 0,1,2 are called bosons This, apparently secondary property has important consequences on the behavior of the particles ...

... Fractional: ½, 3/2, 5/2 are called fermions Integer: 0,1,2 are called bosons This, apparently secondary property has important consequences on the behavior of the particles ...

1 - Indico

... Same idea as for Higgs Set a standard PYTHIA card for MSSM production Use PYUPDA/PYSLHA to add new hidden sector particles Change the LSP from stable to unstable, set lifetime, and add decay modes to the new sector e.g. Neutralino vpion vpion + invisible e.g. Stau tau + vpion + invisib ...

... Same idea as for Higgs Set a standard PYTHIA card for MSSM production Use PYUPDA/PYSLHA to add new hidden sector particles Change the LSP from stable to unstable, set lifetime, and add decay modes to the new sector e.g. Neutralino vpion vpion + invisible e.g. Stau tau + vpion + invisib ...

Generalized binomial distribution in photon statistics

... This article examines the spatial distribution of photons in a light beam with arbitrary photon statistics. If the photons obey the Bose-Einstein (BE) statistics, then the photon spatial distribution is found to exhibit certain features, termed here the ’photon bunching effect’, or collective photon ...

... This article examines the spatial distribution of photons in a light beam with arbitrary photon statistics. If the photons obey the Bose-Einstein (BE) statistics, then the photon spatial distribution is found to exhibit certain features, termed here the ’photon bunching effect’, or collective photon ...

Lecture 1: Review of Quantum Mechanics, Introduction to Statistical

... Time Averages and State Averages Many microscopic states ⇔ one macroscopic / thermodynamic state (e.g., fixed E; V , N .) Our particles in a box can be in many, many degenerate states ∼ 10N . ...

... Time Averages and State Averages Many microscopic states ⇔ one macroscopic / thermodynamic state (e.g., fixed E; V , N .) Our particles in a box can be in many, many degenerate states ∼ 10N . ...

Pascual Jordan`s resolution of the conundrum of the wave

... on this picture (and Bose statistics) was given by Walther Bothe (1927). 6 The Dreimännerarbeit was published February 4, 1926, but Bothe’s paper, submitted in December 1926, makes no reference to it. The derivation in the Dreimännerarbeit shows, contrary to what Bothe suggested and contrary to wh ...

... on this picture (and Bose statistics) was given by Walther Bothe (1927). 6 The Dreimännerarbeit was published February 4, 1926, but Bothe’s paper, submitted in December 1926, makes no reference to it. The derivation in the Dreimännerarbeit shows, contrary to what Bothe suggested and contrary to wh ...

Many-particle interference beyond many-boson and many

... whereas two bosons favor bunched, doubly occupied states. Here, we show that the collective interference of three or more particles leads to much more diverse behavior than expected from the boson–fermion dichotomy known from quantum statistical mechanics. The emerging complexity of many-particle in ...

... whereas two bosons favor bunched, doubly occupied states. Here, we show that the collective interference of three or more particles leads to much more diverse behavior than expected from the boson–fermion dichotomy known from quantum statistical mechanics. The emerging complexity of many-particle in ...

Factored Particles for Scalable Monitoring {bmng,pesha,avi} eecs

... In probabilistic terms, the projection operation marginalizes the distribution represented by the set of full particles to localized distributions over clusters of variables. The equijoin operation is equivalent to taking the product of the marginal distributions, as represented by the sets of facto ...

... In probabilistic terms, the projection operation marginalizes the distribution represented by the set of full particles to localized distributions over clusters of variables. The equijoin operation is equivalent to taking the product of the marginal distributions, as represented by the sets of facto ...

BEC and Optical Lattices

... Bose–Einstein condensation (BEC) predicted by Einstein [1] and Bose [2] in 1924 was first observed in alkali atomic vapors in 1995. In contrast to much older experiments with Helium where strong interactions between the particles wash out most of the effects expected in a BEC the relatively weak two ...

... Bose–Einstein condensation (BEC) predicted by Einstein [1] and Bose [2] in 1924 was first observed in alkali atomic vapors in 1995. In contrast to much older experiments with Helium where strong interactions between the particles wash out most of the effects expected in a BEC the relatively weak two ...

the periodic table of elementary particles

... calculated. The overall average difference between the calculated masses and the observed masses for all hadrons is 0.29 MeV. The periodic table of elementary particles provides the most comprehensive explanation and calculation for the masses of elementary particles and hadrons. PACS number(s): 11. ...

... calculated. The overall average difference between the calculated masses and the observed masses for all hadrons is 0.29 MeV. The periodic table of elementary particles provides the most comprehensive explanation and calculation for the masses of elementary particles and hadrons. PACS number(s): 11. ...

The Mole - My CCSD

... • Enough soft drink cans to cover the surface of the earth to a depth of over 200 miles. • If you had Avogadro's number of unpopped popcorn kernels, and spread them across the United States of America, the country would be covered in popcorn to a depth of over 9 miles. • If we were able to count ato ...

... • Enough soft drink cans to cover the surface of the earth to a depth of over 200 miles. • If you had Avogadro's number of unpopped popcorn kernels, and spread them across the United States of America, the country would be covered in popcorn to a depth of over 9 miles. • If we were able to count ato ...

Mean-field limit of Bose systems: rigorous results

... The proof of Bose-Einstein condensation requires to understand how independence can arise in an interacting system. Clearly the interactions will have to be weak (but not too much such as to remain in the final effective GP equation). There are (at least) two ways this could happen. The first is whe ...

... The proof of Bose-Einstein condensation requires to understand how independence can arise in an interacting system. Clearly the interactions will have to be weak (but not too much such as to remain in the final effective GP equation). There are (at least) two ways this could happen. The first is whe ...

The Mole

... • Enough soft drink cans to cover the surface of the earth to a depth of over 200 miles. • If you had Avogadro's number of unpopped popcorn kernels, and spread them across the United States of America, the country would be covered in popcorn to a depth of over 9 miles. • If we were able to count ato ...

... • Enough soft drink cans to cover the surface of the earth to a depth of over 200 miles. • If you had Avogadro's number of unpopped popcorn kernels, and spread them across the United States of America, the country would be covered in popcorn to a depth of over 9 miles. • If we were able to count ato ...

... • Enough soft drink cans to cover the surface of the earth to a depth of over 200 miles. • If you had Avogadro's number of unpopped popcorn kernels, and spread them across the United States of America, the country would be covered in popcorn to a depth of over 9 miles. • If we were able to count ato ...

Student Ch 9 The Mole

... • Enough soft drink cans to cover the surface of the earth to a depth of over 200 miles. • If you had Avogadro's number of unpopped popcorn kernels, and spread them across the United States of America, the country would be covered in popcorn to a depth of over 9 miles. • If we were able to count ato ...

... • Enough soft drink cans to cover the surface of the earth to a depth of over 200 miles. • If you had Avogadro's number of unpopped popcorn kernels, and spread them across the United States of America, the country would be covered in popcorn to a depth of over 9 miles. • If we were able to count ato ...

... • Enough soft drink cans to cover the surface of the earth to a depth of over 200 miles. • If you had Avogadro's number of unpopped popcorn kernels, and spread them across the United States of America, the country would be covered in popcorn to a depth of over 9 miles. • If we were able to count ato ...