Reasonable Model


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veneziaramirez 3I
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Reasonable Model

Postby veneziaramirez 3I » Thu Nov 02, 2017 5:36 am

If the velocity in the Heisenberg's equation is slower than the speed of light, then it is a reasonable model? And if it is more than the speed of light, then it is an unrealistic model?

Morgan Baxter 1E
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Re: Reasonable Model

Postby Morgan Baxter 1E » Thu Nov 02, 2017 9:42 am

Yes, it does not make sense/is not a reasonable model when the speed of the electron is faster than the speed of light.

Isaiah Little 1A 14B
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Re: Reasonable Model

Postby Isaiah Little 1A 14B » Thu Nov 02, 2017 11:14 pm

Unless the object of interest is a photon, then said object's velocity should be slower than the speed of light. Any velocity that exceeds the speed of light would be unreasonable.


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