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The First Image Ever of a Hydrogen Atom's Orbital Structure

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You’re looking at is the first direct look of an atom’s electron orbits which can be mathematically described by Atom's Real wave function! To take the photo, Scientists utilized A quantum microscope — an incredibly Innovative device that helps scientists to look into the quantum world.!

An orbital structure is the space in an atom that’s occupied by an electron. But describing these super-microscopic properties of matter, scientists have to depend on wave functions — a mathematical way of describing the quantum states of particles,  basically, quantum physicists use formulas like the Schrödinger equation to describe these states, often coming up with complex numbers and Strange graphs!

Up until this point, scientists have never been able to actually observe the electron orbit. Trying to get an atom’s exact position or the momentum of its alone electron direct observations have this obstacle of  quantum coherence. So to get a full quantum state We need tool that can statistically…

Quantum Link Between Photons That Don't Exist at the Same Time

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Physicists have long known that quantum mechanics tells a strange connection between quantum particles "Entanglement" In which measuring one particle can instantly set "state," of another particle—even if it's light years away. Now, experiments have shown that they can entangle two photons that don't even exist at the same time even.....!!!




Entanglement is a kind of order that leis within the uncertainty of quantum theory. Suppose you have a quantum particle of light, or photon. It can be polarized so that it either vertically or horizontally. The quantum realm is also hazed over with unavoidable uncertainty, and thanks to such quantum uncertainty, a photon can also be polarized vertically and horizontally at the same time. If you then measure the photon, however, you will find it either horizontally polarized or vertically polarized,




Entanglement can come in if you have two photons. Each can be put into the uncertain vertical-and-horizontal state. However, t…