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If you look at Heisenberg's Uncertainty Equation (uncertainty in position)(uncertainty in momentum) = a constant, therefore the two are inversely proportional to each other. This means that the more certain you are about one of the variables, the less you are about the other.
Bingcui Guo wrote:It is like a reciprocal process that since the electron's path will be deflected, if you know the p, then you won't know where it will be. if you know its position, then you won't know its p
Thank you so much, your answer really helped. It is much easier to remember and think of this as a reciprocal process
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