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QUANTUM PHYSICS

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Sarin Itty

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Transcript of QUANTUM PHYSICS

By Sarin S. Itty
QUANTUM PHYSICS
FIELDS IN QUANTUM PHYSICS
IMPORTANT CONCEPTS
OF QUANTUM PHYSICS

Max Plancc and the Plancks Constant
THE END
QUANTUM PHYSICS AND GOD
THANK YOU! :)
What is Quantum Physics?
What type of math is used in Quantum Physics?
Different types of math are used based upon the theory.
IMPORTANCE OF QUANTUM PHYSICS
Quantum Physics is....
"the study of matter and energy at the molecular, atomic, nuclear, and even smaller microscopic levels"(Jones).
Latin "quantum" - "how much" - which refers to the amount of energy predicted in quantum physics
No one understands quantum physics in the same way.
Quantum Entanglement
Schrodinger's Cat
Uncertainty Principle
Schrodinger's Cat
String Theory
Young's Double Split Experiments
Differential Equations
Calculus
Matrices
COMPLEX NUMBERS
PROBABILITY
Plancks Constant
Quantum Electrodynamics
Quantum Optics
photons and light
photons influence the type of light
study led to lasers and nightvision
QUANTUM OPTICS
QUANTUM ELECTRODYNAMICS (QED)
most precise theory
photon exchange in electrons
explains magnetism - movement of charged particles creating either an attraction or repulsion
1900- Max Planck experimented how radiation is related to temperature
formula based on experiments - Plancks constant
energy came in small lumps which had a certain frequency which was multiplied by a constant
helps prove doubts in quantum physics
theory that everything when broken down is made of string
"theory of everything"
Heisenberg
there is no complete precision when it comes to measurement
links particles that are distanced
when one is measured, the other "immediatly" becomes the same size
speed of adjustment is 10,000 times faster than light
expresses all motion in probability
proved light was a wave
Quantum Mechanics explained atom structure - most advances in chemistry and physics would not be possible.
Most theories in quantum physics are in use today.
Ideas of quantum entanglement probably play a significant role in the future.
"In quantum theory if a particle is placed in the box, the particle can be in any number of places in the box but its position is not definite until the "box" is opened and the particle observed"(Invigorate).
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