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German physicist Werner Heisenberg related the uncertainty of an object's position (deltax) to the uncertainty in its velocity deltav.

The mass of an electron is 9.11 x 10-31 kg.
What is the uncertainty in the position of an electron moving at 9.00 x 106 m/s with an uncertainty of
deltav x 0.01 x 106 m/s?

(a) Estimate the uncertainty in the momentum of an electron whose location is uncertain by a distance of 2 Angstrom. What is the uncertainty in the momentum of a proton under the same conditions?
(b) What can one conclude about the relative velocities and energies of the electron and proton in the last problem? Are wave phenom

Suppose the minimum uncertainty in the position of a particle is equal to its de Broglie wavelength. If the particle has an average speed of 4.5x10^5 m/s, what is the minimum uncertainty in its speed? Units are in m/s.

Part 1
Suppose optical radiation (of wavelength 2.6 × 10^-7 m) is used to determine the position of an electron to within the wavelength of the light. The mass of an electron is 9.10939 × 10^-31 kg and the Planck's constant is 6.62607 × 10^-34 J · s.
What will be the minimum resulting uncertainty in the electron's velocit

Part 1
A beam of electrons traveling with speed 7 × 10 ^7 m/s passes through a slit of width 1 × 10 ^(-5) m. Because of the uncertainty in the lateral position of the beam, there will be an uncertainty in the transverse momentum as well.
Estimate this uncertainty, and use it to calculate the spread of the image of the elect

A point charge q = -3.5 x 10-10 C is fixed at the origin, as shown below. Where must an electron be placed relative to the point charge so that the electric force acting on the electron is exactly opposite to its own weight? Include a sketch showing the position of the charges (it does not need to be to scale, but it must show c

5. The Heisenberg uncertainty principle is represented mathematically as deltax × m*deltav = h/2, where deltax is the uncertainty in the position, deltav is the uncertainty in the velocity and h is Planck's constant divided by 2. Would it be possible to develop an instrument that could determine both the position and velocity

1. A 100-keV x ray is Compton-scattered through an angle of 90 degrees. What is the energy of the x ray after scattering?
a. 83.6 keV
b. 121 keV
c. 114.5 keV
d. 100 keV
2. What is the de Broglie wavelength of a particle moving at a speed of 1.00 x 10^6 m/s if it is (a) an electron (b) a proton? (me= 9.11

An electron is placed in a constant electric field of magnitude 800 N/C. What is the acceleration of the electron and the electromagnetic power radiated by the electron?
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