Wave-particle duality

1925

Wave-particle duality

The book of science

Tom Sharp

Werner Heisenberg, Louis-Victor de Broglie, Erwin Schrödinger quantum mechanics

Wave-particle duality

Interference

To explain

Einstein never managed to unify his general theory of relativity with quantum theory, but Schrödinger’s equation, because it includes the Hamiltonian operator, whose spectrum is the set of all possible energies of particles in a physical system and which takes different forms depending on the system, has been taken as a description of everything.

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