Subject: can more than one measure of an particle be taken at the same time?
Date: Fri May 26 16:46:44 2006
Posted by Tiago
Grade level: 10-12
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Area of science: Physics
what would happen if two instruments "try" to measure a subatomic particle at
the same time, one measuring position and the other measuring speed?
what if the speed one were timed to "fire" right after the position one, and
then subtracting the speed added by the position intrument to finding the
original speed of the particle?
Re: can more than one measure of an particle be taken at the same time?
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