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A mathematical site which looks at the quantum mechanics of spin and entanglement , and an experimental idea that contradicts the mathematics.
This is a good explanation of this important development in understanding quantum mechanics. It has many links off to further information on the people and ideas involved.
Detailed biography of Heisenberg and his works including links to pages on the uncertainty principle and quantum mechanics.
This site provides a wide array of multimedia activities on Waves, Vectors, Gravity, Algebra, Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Statistics and Astronomy !
Many of the ideas of quantum mechanics which went into the model of the hydrogen atom can also be used to understand helium, oxygen, copper and iron - in fact all of the elements.
This is site highlights some of the areas that physics has impacted on our daily lives, covering: Quantum Mechanics, Computers, The Transistor, The Web , & Lasers.
This site explores topics in modern physics including relativity, quantum mechanics, and string theory, focusing on the qualitative, counterintuitive implications.
A lists of FAQs about quantum computing including information on quantum computers, entanglement and cryptography.
An overview defining physics and summarising the history of physics from early mechanics to quantum theory.
Hans Reichenbach (1891 - 1953) wrote on quantum mechanics, time, induction, probability and the philosophy of science.
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