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Quantum computers and freaky physics

Having it both ways is part of quantum mechanics, our best guess at understanding how the universe works at its deepest level. It’s thoroughly weird and contradictory, and computers are preparing ...

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The Good Vibrations of Quantum Field Theories

An introduction to quantum field theory.

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Cryptography - The solace of quantum

An article looking at the recent development in quantum cryptography and how it works.

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Quantum Mechanics

Basic theory of quantum mechanics, from origins - photoelectric effect, wave particle duality, via Schrodingers equation to matrix mechanics

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What is Quantum Mechanical Superposition?

A great explanation video about quantum superposition

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Quantum Numbers, Atomic

Statement of quantum numbers for a hydrogen atom.

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Wireless quantum encryption

News story from PhysicsWeb on quantum encryption.

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Quantum Mechanics

A BBC site giving a brief introduction to quantum mechanics

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What is a quantum computer?

The Economist explains the difference between a conventional computer and a quantum computer and looks at what they are both good at.

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Quantum Numbers

Each electron has a set of four numbers, called quantum numbers, that specify it completely; no two electrons in the same atom can have the same four.

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