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Today's lecture talked a lot about how Heisenberg's equation applied to electrons. Does this equation also apply to neutrons and protons / other particles, or only electrons?
In the lecture, Dr. Lavelle also used the example of a baseball to show how the mass of an object can affect indeterminacy. That being said, neutrons and protons are more massive than electrons but not as massive as a baseball, so I think the Heisenberg equation can show what the indeterminacy is for other atomic particles, but it won't be obvious like it is with electrons.
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