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Unformatted text preview: pass by, but traveling with different momenta. Since the momentum of an electron is part of its quantum state, electrons with different momenta are in different quantum states and, hence, satisfy the Pauli principle. An electron can, of course, be viewed as either a particle or a wave. If it is regarded as a particle, its momentum is written p = m*v 2.5 where p is the magnitude of the electron's momentum, v is its velocity and m* is its effective mass , which may differ from its physical mass because of the interaction with the nuclei and the other electrons. If the electron is regarded as a wave, its momentum can be written p = h ¬ = Ók 2.6 Thank you for evaluating AnyBizSoft PDF Splitter. A watermark is added at the end of each output PDF file. To remove the watermark, you need to purchase the software from http://www.anypdftools.com/buy/buypdfsplitter.html...
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 Spring '10
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 Atom, Electron, Pauli exclusion principle, Fermion, valence electron states

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