By Brian Clegg (ed.)

ISBN-10: 1848317441

ISBN-13: 9781848317444

The bestselling 30-Second... sequence takes a progressive method of studying approximately these topics you're feeling you have to fairly comprehend. every one identify selects a favored subject and dissects it into the 50 most important rules at its middle. every one suggestion, regardless of how advanced, is defined in three hundred phrases and one photograph, all digestible in 30 seconds. 30-Second Quantum thought tackles a mindbendingly mysterious quarter of physics, introducing the 50 most vital quantum quandaries and ideas. In a global the place the quantum physics of electronics is a regular crucial and new quantum advancements make headline information, you are going to stopover at Parallel Worlds, trip Wave thought, and examine simply enough to speak with walk in the park approximately Uncertainty idea and to untangle the mysteries of quantum entanglement.

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Wavelength is velocity divided by frequency. THE ULTRAVIOLET CATASTROPHE the 30-second theory Popular histories of quantum mechanics generally award a central role to the so-called ultraviolet catastrophe. Physicists at the end of the 19th century realized classical physics predicts that electromagnetic energy radiated by a ‘black body’ – which we can envisage as a warm, totally light-absorbing object – becomes infinite for wavelengths shorter than those of visible light, in the ultraviolet part of the spectrum.

It states that it is impossible to measure simultaneously with perfect accuracy certain pairs of physical properties (so-called complementary variables) of an atom or a particle – for example, both its position and momentum – or to be certain of its energy at some specific instant in time. The more precise the measurement of one quantity, the less precisely can the other be measured or controlled. The effect of this phenomenon is so small that it can be ignored in everyday affairs, but it is dramatic for subatomic particles and underpins quantum mechanics, which describes the motion and dynamics of atoms.

Matter particles (electrons, quarks, protons and neutrons) and neutrinos are fermions. Atoms with an odd number of fermions are also fermions, while those with an even number are bosons. Fermions obey Fermi–Dirac statistics, and the Pauli Exclusion Principle (see bhere), which prevents more than one being in an identical state. fields (quantum fields) A field is a mathematical construct filling all spacetime with a value at every location – a bit like a three-dimensional map of the Earth, where the height above sea-level is the field value.

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