Indeterminacy Question


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DanielleNario1A
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Indeterminacy Question

Postby DanielleNario1A » Wed Oct 24, 2018 11:08 pm

In Chem14A, are all indeterminacy questions going to ask for the minimum?

Jeannine 1I
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Re: Indeterminacy Question

Postby Jeannine 1I » Thu Oct 25, 2018 12:21 am

Yes, I would think so! Since the equation involves a greater than or equal to sign, it would make sense that they ask for minimum of something, and not maximum.

Rosha Mamita 2H
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Re: Indeterminacy Question

Postby Rosha Mamita 2H » Fri Oct 26, 2018 3:22 pm

The indeterminacy equation involves that delta p and delta t are equal to or greater than plancks constant over 4pi, so the maximum may even be infinite or to a value we cant calculate, but theres at least a minimum value that can be calculated if the equation has an equals sign.

Karan Thaker 2L
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Re: Indeterminacy Question

Postby Karan Thaker 2L » Sat Oct 27, 2018 3:47 pm

exactly, it's in the format of minimum, or greater


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