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Rajeshkumar

  • 3 years ago

how the electrons behave as both particle and wave . how it shows this property when it does not vibrate

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  1. TuringTest
    • 3 years ago
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    The particles do not vibrate, but their location in space can be described mathematically as a wave of PROBABILITY of finding the electron at a given point. Quantum mechanics is difficult to summarize, I suggest reading a book like "Schroedinger's Cat" for a more detailed explaination.

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    Every particle or a wave has dual character. Refer De Broglie's equations. Every mass can be converted in wave and vice-versa.

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