I still can’t understand. Why photons doesn’t go in red regions? And why they distribute like that?2yr ⋅ Matusaprod ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Asked ChatGPT to explain Hawking Radiation as if they're a surfer and I am their pet turtle. Not disappointed.10mo ⋅ luketheantichrist ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

'Quantum' linoprint about quantum physics. 70x100 cm serie of 20 prints1yr ⋅ NOG11 ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Is this accurate? Saw this tweet a few years ago and I think about it often.8mo ⋅ No_Status_2791 ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Cornell University researchers captured a sample from a crystal in three dimensions and magnified it 100,000,000×2yr ⋅ dansawear ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

My first post here. Yes, I know that I am not posting any questions which I should but I designed this poster of Sir Max Planck. I could not think of any better place for posting this. I hope you all will like it. Thank you2yr ⋅ PROfessorUnreal ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Is measuring/observing always based on exchange of energy between the quantum object to be measured (or something correlated to it) and the measuring apparatus? Does transmitting quantum information always require transfer of energy? Haven't been able to find a convincing answer elsewhere.1yr ⋅ Educational_Rule_956 ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

This is real plasma inside a fusion reactor. Its temperature is 150,000,000°C5mo ⋅ ilovepizza1183 ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

How quickly does changing the setup affect entanglement? More details in comments...2yr ⋅ Educational_Rule_956 ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

A little help needed... I've designed this QM graphic and I'm looking for feedback from you guys as to the versions of Schrodinger and Dirac I've chosen. And anything else to include/remove/improve (Feynman on the rear cover). TIA2yr ⋅ damolux ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

(Schrodinger's Cabinet) Argument with friends, is this a correct demonstration of a superposition?2yr ⋅ Snak3Docc ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Does the Feynman Path integral formulation attempt to be analogous to a deterministic explanation of QM by trying to account for every possible path of a particle that is consistent with measurements of quantum observables?1yr ⋅ Gundam_net ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Lately it's been made very clear to me that many things out there on QM are considered pop science or gibberish, what I'm wondering is do any of these books I've read hold up to the truth? If not, what does, and where can I find it?1yr ⋅ justhejoejoe ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Does Bell's theorem apply when both output streams of a measuring apparatus are recombined in successive measurement on different axis in the context of s hidden variables interpretation?1yr ⋅ Gundam_net ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Is Quantum Entanglement like throwing knifes? For example if 3 knifes were thrown in the exact same motion, at the exact same time and didn't have friction/interruption, you could known the others position by measuring 1. Is that similar to how photons are working? Are all or just 2 entangled ?2yr ⋅ dansawear ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

I think we've probably all seen this video by now. I just thought how this moment kinda looks like an electron orbital diagram. Maybe the first one • | •2yr ⋅ foshizi ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Found this page in my book, just thought it was really interesting and didn't know if anyone could put it into simpler terms1yr ⋅ justhejoejoe ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Found thsi page in my book, just thought it was really interesting and didn't know if anyone could put it into simpler terms1yr ⋅ buzzplanks ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Simpler than Bell's: Mermin's inequality - easily derived with Kolmogorov 3rd axiom, violated if replaced with Born rule4mo ⋅ jarekduda ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Quantum Mechanics: What is the product rule referenced in this derivation that results in 3 terms in step 3?1yr ⋅ PSUSherpa ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Can measurement be reversible, unitary process if including interaction with environment? E.g. considering Wavefunction of the Universe?4mo ⋅ jarekduda ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Was Schrodinger right is this misunderstanding? Or is there a natural explanation maybe the tug of one position on the other with all the space being the intermediate? I like the simplicity of the analogy2yr ⋅ IamCornhoLeo ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

These are 15 quantum mechanics textbooks. I know some of these are not textbooks, but they provide a general idea or a big picture. For textbooks, Griffiths is my favorite, just like in EM. Sakurai and Shankar are also standard textbooks, but they are more advanced.5mo ⋅ Delicious_Maize9656 ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Help a new Dirac user out! Trying to prove the hermitian adjoint relationship...think I got it? Not for homework. Extra question in the comments!2yr ⋅ Ashittonofspiders ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

I am pure mathemation and I wonder if d/dx 1 = 0 could be useful for you guys. Description in comment, mathematical concept in photo10mo ⋅ Wreior ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Why is the entanglement line curved in the angle difference graph in Bell test?1yr ⋅ V4UncleRicosVan ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

How can psi be non significant in real world while psi square is significant?8mo ⋅ AryanKhorana ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Can someone go through these questions with me please? Would greatly appreciate some support11mo ⋅ patryksroka ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Can someone help me understand what this book is saying after 3.22?3mo ⋅ ghosteagle ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

Decide to get into quantum physics got some note books to write down note and do practice equations in. Any resources you would recommend(preferably in video form)1mo ⋅ Syonic1 ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics

How do I find the expectation value of momentum for the evolved state?3mo ⋅ elenaditgoia ⋅ r/QuantumPhysics