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Sreehari
24 Aug 18 8:42 PM

Heisenberg uncertainty principle states that It is impossible to simultaneously say the exact position and momentum of an electron revolving around a nucleus (even if it is in its own energy level). ∆p.∆x >= h/2π ∆x.∆v >= h/(m.2π) ∆x.∆v >= 115.8858 (metre square per sec)

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