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I'm not sure what your question is asking. In your own words, how would you explain the uncertainty principle?
Your question is Does light particles changes it's direction when they travel from A to B..... Uncertainty relation ( Mass times the Velocity) Even you have to think about the particles of light, to get exact momentum. Using this relation... Δp Δq ≥ h / 4π ΔE Δt ≥ h / 4π But the particles will not be in same direction, they change when with time & speed ...When we think about the Light traveling in the particles medium.... You can't find the direction of the particle... keeping Light as constant... You have to consider that light is origin, it is not a source... Lot of people would confuse about the topic.. But i am intrested in it... In light particle we can't find the exact position and velocity, but we can't find... But your Question is quite twisted towards paricle and light..... Hmm i need more explanation from you.... Any wrong please sujjest...
Quote from: jpetruccelli on 30/04/2009 17:43:58I'm not sure what your question is asking. In your own words, how would you explain the uncertainty principle?I mean to say that if u observe a particle between A and B we can't find both position and velocity at a time .. is it true for light?