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Uncertainty- the basis of Quantum Physics

The word 'Uncertainty', makes us think about any experiment of Physics in the lab and refer to it as a human error, instruments' precision, and other fancy random errors. But when we go at the quantum level, uncertainty becomes the basis of Quantum Physics. Here is an article about this.

Real experiment of Heisenberg Uncertainty principle is done in following lecture:

To gain more insight click these links:Quantum behaviour and The relation of wave and particle viewpoints.

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Translated from Kvant (1st edition of 2021).

English version of kvant which isn't in publication right now.