Rutherford, and Bohr

kitefleaUrban and Civil

Nov 15, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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1.
Build on the works of Einstein,
Rutherford, and Bohr

2.
Came about in the mid
-
1920s

3.
Deals with nature / structure of atoms
and subatomic particles

4.
It Answers particle behavioral
questions.


Max Planck







Planck’s Constant

Focusing on the physical side of
our universe, a quantum is the
least sum of any physical unit
involved in an interaction. Rather
than focusing on the specific
formula, looking at a quantum’s
physical interactions with lights,
brings clarity for quanta’s butterfly
effect, and better explains a system
of reactions within all we see.

Look at me, look next
to you… what are
you made of?


What is your chair
made of?


What is the universe
made of…


With each atom

each
particle out of which atoms
are made
--
is, sequentially,
subject to the laws of
quantum physics,
inexplicable rules that
depict a physical reality
fundamentally uncommon
from the “expectations of
everyday common sense.


Quantum entanglement
occurs when particles such
as photons, electrons,
molecules as large as
buckyballs
, (
Nature) and
even small diamonds [K.C.
Lee, 2011) interact
physically and then
become separated.

http://youtu.be/1BfJ06plOTs


The
interaction is such that each part of a
pair is properly described by the identical
quantum mechanical state, which is
specified in terms of important factors
such as spin, position, polarization, and
momentum

In both the
Sarover

and
Moehring

studies quantum
entanglement reveals
interaction between matter.
Experimenting with one atom
and a few atoms will show
quantum behavior with matter
behavior.

Understanding these
properties will help
scientist eventually build a
quantum computer that
will greatly benefit
society. “Among the many
technologically important
applications of quantum
mechanics are
superconductors, lasers,
and electronics


As you can see,
quantum physics is
an extremely complex
theory with many
variations that has
led others to think of
our universe truly as
holographic. “I can't
accept quantum
mechanics because, "I
like to think the moon
is there even if I am
not looking at it"
(Albert Einstein).


http://
www.amitgoswami.org
/

http://
phys.org
/physics
-
news/quantum
-
physics/