Amateur Telescope Making Book Three): A Sequel to Amateur by Albert G. (ed.) Ingalls

By Albert G. (ed.) Ingalls

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D, 470–491 (1986). 35. R. Penrose. On gravitys role in quantum state reduction. Gen. Rel. Grav. 28, 581–600 (1996). The Stability of Matter and Quantum Electrodynamics Elliott H. Lieb 1 Foreword Heisenberg was undoubtedly one of the most important physicists of the 20th century, especially concerning the creation of quantum mechanics. It was, therefore, a great honor and privilege for me to be asked to speak at this symposium since quantum mechanics is central to my own interests and forms the basis of my talk, which is about the quantum theory of matter in the large and its interaction with the quantized radiation field discovered earlier by Planck.

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We have done this for a set of slit openings Δx and plot the corresponding momentum uncertainties in Fig. 3. The horizontal error bars in this diagram are determined by the calibration of the piezo-controlled slit, while the vertical error bars are determined by the large statistical error which is imposed by the severely limited 40 Markus Arndt and Anton Zeilinger count rate for small slit widths. We show in the same diagram our analytical expectation from a wave model, which is in rather good agreement with the experiment.

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