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According to Hiesenberg's uncertainty principle, x p>[h/4 ]. It is said that if x=0 then p will be infinity and vice versa. That is if one determines the position(uncertainty in position is zero) then uncertainty in finding momentum becomes infinity. Applying this in the above equation, x p>[h/4 ] we get 0.infinity>h/4 That is 0>h/4 which is not possible since the value of h/4 is greater than 0.


According to Hiesenberg's uncertainty principle, xp>[h/4].
It is said that if x=0 then p will be infinity and vice versa. That is if one determines the position(uncertainty in position is zero) then uncertainty in finding momentum becomes infinity. Applying this in the above equation,
xp>[h/4] we get 0.infinity>h/4
That is 0>h/4 which is not possible since the value of h/4 is greater than 0.


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