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But the moment of experience is only one, (today we call it the quantum state).
This is the most similar a quantum state can be to a single point in phase space.
"It seems the rules of engagement have changed in the quantum state."
Instead, they had a quantum state, which was a combination of position and velocity.
This is the equation of motion for the quantum state.
Paired up, the gas can again drop in a single quantum state.
The basic reason is that no two electrons are allowed to be in the same quantum state.
The above presentation was limited to a pure quantum state.
In other words, a quantum state can not be measured reliably.
In general, a quantum state is described by a density matrix.
A quantum state cannot be determined via a single measurement.
Because we cannot make exact copies of a quantum state, this method does not work.
The collective name for these properties is the quantum state of the electron.
Suppose that there are two copies of an unknown quantum state.
If it collapsed any further, electrons would be forced into the same quantum state, which isn't possible.
Inside of them, all of the particles begin to act like one big quantum state.
It's like exchanging one quantum state for another, and then going back."
Scientists showed that if you cooled atoms enough, they would all get together in the same quantum state.
The quantum state of the electron is described by its wavefunction.
As Schrödinger pointed out, we would never see something like a cat in a quantum state.
A molecule at 0K will simply be in its lowest-energy quantum state.
This crystal generates two photons in a certain quantum state.
No quantum state can be fully determined by measurement.
Scientists demonstrate quantum state exchange between light and matter.
Suppose some system is presently in a quantum state Φ.