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Try to think about this question and when all your knowledge has been used, search wiki. for this experiment and read Bohr's remark to this experiment. Imagine a particle A to be a rest hence the center of mass is at rest and the velocity of center of mass and hence the momentum is 0. The particle A decomposes to two particles B and C which move at 180degree angle.What you do is that you make the uncertainity of position of B as small as possible and let the momentum have a huge uncertainity -who cares.And then you measure the momentum of C very carefully neglecting the position of C. The uncertainity of position of B is z then minimum uncertainity in momentum is of order h/z. But momentum of B=momentum of C hence as we can measure the momentum of C with an uncertainity smaller than h/z we can in a way defy uncertainity principle but which is true........so where lies the fallacy?


Try to think about this question and when all your knowledge  has been used, search wiki. for this experiment and read Bohr's remark to this experiment.

Imagine a particle A to be a rest hence the center of mass is at rest and the velocity of center of mass and hence the momentum is 0. The particle A decomposes to two particles B and C which move at 180degree angle.What you do is that you make the uncertainity of position of B as small as possible and let the momentum have a huge uncertainity -who cares.And then you measure the momentum of C very carefully neglecting the position of C. 

The uncertainity of position of B is z then minimum uncertainity in momentum is of order h/z. But momentum of B=momentum of C hence as we can measure the momentum of C with an uncertainity smaller than h/z we can in a way defy uncertainity principle but which is true........so where lies the fallacy?

 


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