- We're All Waves
- Quantum fundamental forces
- quantum mysteries
- quantun tunneling
- Acceleration of light and electron motion
- uncertainty about uncertainty principle
- electron cloud
- E=h nu
- mass and frequency
- quantum tunneling
- tail of the wave function
- quantum zeno?
- picturing electrons
- 20 constants of the universe?
- The four forces
- macro-quantum
- spin
- quantum infinities?
- inelastic tunneling
- atom collapse?
- laser principles
- electron orbits?
- Measurements
- Zeno’s Paradox
- Planck scale weirdness
- Virtual photon exchange and charge sign
- zero-point energy?
- Observer Effect?
- quantized time
- is nothing something?
- Pauli, Heisenberg, and all that
- entropy and life
- type II superconductors
- Einstein's Quantum Thresholds for Planck's Energy
- atomic shells
- quantum physics explained- not!
- Bosons at all temperatures
- measurement in quantum mechanics
- Is length a property of matter?
- can magnets do work?
- waves in a vacuum
- electrons at rest?
- radio photons
- random radioactive decay
- gravity and quantum mechanics
- entangled particles
- Pauli exclusion and spin
- paths in two-slit experiment?
- photoelectric effect
- Do photons have mass?
- entanglement
- why don't atoms collapse?
- reverse-biased diodes
- miscellany: jerk and hybrid orbital
- what limits light's speed?
- quantum fluctuations?
- observers in relativity and quantum mechanics
- quantum entanglement and the relativistic speed limit
- entanglement and pure energy
- relativity, quantum, etc.
- can things touch?
- matching photon and atom energies
- neutron waves
- zero point energy
- Pauli exclusion force
- virtual particles and fluctuating mass
- What is an electron?
- uncertainty relation and chemistry
- How do we define communication?
- can particles be in two places?
- Changing from subatomic to macroscopic worlds
- delayed choice experiment
- quantum measurement
- single photons in two-slit experiment
- conscious observers?
- Why don't parts of electron wave repel?
- Schroedinger's Cancer
- Does Quantum Mechanics Apply to Large Objects?
- quantum randomness and many worlds
- light, photon waves, and electromagnetic waves
- Doppler shift of waves
- interference and Many Worlds
- Why does adding an electron change chemistry?
- Can matter pass through matter?
- collapse of the wave function?
- Fermions and Pauli exclusion
- photon inertial mass
- What happens when entangled photons get redshifted?
- understanding the Bell Inequalities
- energy of electron shell?
- how do electrons move in molecules?
- why don't electrons radiate energy away?
- Are electrons identical?
- matter vs. waves?
- Fibonacci quantum computing
- uncertainty principle and speed of light
- uncertainty principle and speed of light
- electron fundamentals
- light passing through materials
- is there current in a bar magnet?
- quantum waves and probabilities
- How fast does the electron spin?
- unitarity, information, and black holes
- positive and negative wave functions
- quantum two-slits and light
- S-orbital motion
- Is mass quantized?
- How do we prove that photons exist?
- reflecting photon velocity
- quantum measurement: the roll of the screen
- normalizing wave-functions
- starting toward a unified theory
- electron waves in copper
- atom interference
- Why do excited states decay?
- radiation and Bremstrahlung in measurements of Planck's constant
- Does the Schroedinger equation make sense?
- deriving speed of light?
- Testing black hole information with entangled particles
- why eigenvalues in quantum measurements
- Do quantum mechanical states have definite energies?
- quantum logic?
- work function and bandgap
- electron band structure
- Is Schrödinger's cat an observer?
- Measuring Schrodinger's Cat
- Quantum wave behavior in large objects?
- Beating the Uncertainty Principle
- quantum tunneling and energy
- Can we calculate radioactive decays?
- Delayed Choice Quantum Erasure- Changing the Past?
- Wave-particle Duality and the Uncertainty Principle
- Potential In the Wave Equation
- Lorentz frames for Bell inequality experiment
- uncertainty and the two-slit experiment
- Does the wave function represent the spatial distribution of a particle?
- probability distributions in quantum mechanics
- quantum erasure?
- zero point energy and frequency
- The Observer Effect
- Energy, mass, waves, and particles
- deep mysteries of time
- waves transporting matter
- Spins in a Stern-Gerlach experiment
- Does everything quantum happen?
- What is the shape of a wavefunction?
- Properties of Single Photons
- Can a single photon lose part of its energy?
- Why two turns for spin 1/2?
- Alternate explanations for the double slit experiment
- Why do integrals work with discrete quantities?
- What if an entangled photon gets destroyed?
- How do quantum leaps happen?
- formal development of quantum spin
- semiconductor holes and excitons
- what happens when you measure electron?
- quantum superpositions
- quantum information conservation
- how can hawking radiation escape?
- gravity and quantum mechanics
- Bohr atom and radiation
- entanglement, quantum collapse, and relativity
- Effect of potential on photocurrent
- practical quantum mechanics
- quantum suicide?
- electromagnetic radiation from metal
- Classical versus quantum mechanical orbits
- Magnetic fields in fundamental quantum experiments
- who needs gravitons?
- photons and linewidths
- Do individual atoms have a moment of inertia?
- relative states in quantum mechanics
- electric and magnetic field phases in waves
- two-slit experiment
- How an LED produces light
- evolution at the micro/macro interface
- inhomogeneously doped semiconductors
- uncertainty principle for light
- free electron motions
- Can you turn green light orange?
- Is an electron a perpetuum mobile?
- light as a particle
- quantum tunneling and leaping
- Schroedinger's cat
- quantum radio waves
- double bubble slit experiment
- two-slit interference
- entropy and the fate of the universe
- two-slit light experiment at home
- quantum waves and the expanding universe
- deriving chemistry from physics
- can objects touch?
- deuterium isotope effects and binding
- limiting value of normalized wave function
- E=hf
- multi-photon emission
- photographic plate light sensitivity
- counting photons
- Conjugate of wave function
- stimulated emission rates
- Number of spin states of a graviton?
- electron radiation from Bohr atom
- Bohr's correspondence and complementarity principles
- What is quantum degeneracy?
- Attraction between two mirrors
- light traveling in transparent medium
- Is spin from a wave?
- Deepak Chopra Chops Baloney
- quantum waves for different particles
- Quantum foam on Sun?
- colliding light beams
- Why quantize gravity?
- entangled photon pairs
- compressing matter
- quantum computing baloney
- vibronic spectra
- electrical binding of atoms
- Are atoms empty?
- why do quantum probabilities agree intersubjectively?
- emission and absorption lines
- why do hydrogen molecules form?
- electron pairs and Pauli
- mass from quantum effects
- speculations on theory of everything
- why call electrons waves?
- Bohr model of atoms
- Good introductions to quantum mechanics?
- Changing Planck’s Constant
- why is energy conserved?
- how do electrons move in atoms?
- making bosons from fermions
- Can a photon gain mass?
- two neutrons in gravity
- Radio-frequency photons
- Is there a medium for electron waves?
- How far does quantum interference reach?
- Can quantum information go faster than light?
- how can an electron move two ways at once?
- What is an electron?
- what is degeneracy?
- quantum frequency
- resistivity vs. temperature
- mass and speed
- what does atom look like?
- entanglement and emotion
- QED attraction and repulsion
- spin statistics
- Clebsch-Gordan coefficients, m=m1+m2
- bosons made of fermions
- Magnetic field on a Neutron Star
- Probability Wavefunctions in an Atom
- electromagnetism without constraints
- electron near nucleus
- what is a photon?
- Legget on Bohm
- freezing point of heavy water
- emission and absorption spectra
- quantum gravity issues
- Timing loopholes in Bell Inequality experiments
- Does the photon have a structure?
- Is the brain a quantum device?
- visualizing electron waves in atoms
- intuition on quantum and relativity
- two-slit revisited
- Why string theory?
- vector space uses
- Electron clouds and bonds
- photon identity
- Bohr energies
- why don't electrons just stop?
- What is an electron?
- superconductivity
- evaporating Bose-Einstein condensate
- energy quantization and frequency
- Hawking radiation
- quantum vibrations
- bleaching
- quantum computing chaos
- uncertainty and the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen experiment
- electron g
- uncertainty and diffraction
- strings and quantum
- QM: beyond help
- photoelectric charging
- pseudoparticles
- Tunneling and pair creation
- space constituents
- electrons and free will
- 5 not so easy pieces
- Casimir tricks
- uncertainty proof
- ontology
- wave nature
- Why does an electron have spin 1/2 ?
- electron spin magnetism
- One photon at a time
- Why is charge quantized
- squeezing atoms
- photon mass
- photon identity
- cloud analogies
- quantized E-M
- quantized vs. continuous energy levels
- basics
- conservation of energy: "law" or "theory"
- building blocks of space
- casimir tricks?
- Casimir effect on capacitors
- vacuum zero-point fluctuations
- quantum probability
- quantum measurement
- effects of observation
- phosphorescence
- Energy creation from quantum fluctuations?
- quantized light
- electrons and holes
- quantum interpretation
- Properties of photons
- Casimir force
- alpha particle scattering
- H emission spectrum
- Copper Chloride burning
- quantum mysteries
- EPR timing
- Wire resistance
- electron identity
- Quantum version of Entropy
- spiralling electrons
- quantum frequencies: photons, gravitons, etc.