Quantum Physics

   

Two Uncertainty Principles?

Authors: Anthony Pinedo Araujo

There are two uncertainty principles, but most of students get confused between both of them because of the lack of conceptual context that this topic is explained in books. In this article, both principles are discussed, making the differences between them clear. Also, I propose some examples that are very easy to understand by students.

Comments: 8 pages. This paper is written in Spanish.

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[v1] 17 Feb 2010

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