The Heisenberg Uncertainty Relations
In classical mechanics a particle in a state (x 0 , p 0 ) has associated with it welldefined values for any dynamical variable ω(x, p)namely, ω(x 0 , p 0 ). In quantum theory, given a state |ψ〉, one can only give the probabilities P(ω) for the possible outcomes of a measurement of Ω. The probability distribution will be characterized by a mean or expectation value
KeywordsUncertainty Relation Uncertainty Principle Hermitian Operator Nuclear Force Minimum Uncertainty
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