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Unformatted text preview: PS100 Questions from Chapter 15 Comprehension true/false The more you know about position, the more you know about momentum. true false Matter has both wave and particle properties. true false Electrons can form interference patters, just as light can. true false It is impossible to predict exactly where an electron will strike the screen after passing through two slits in a double-slit experiment. true false An object's momentum is the only property associated with probability waves. true false If moving slowly enough, small objects can have wavelengths that reach macroscopic dimensions. true false After passing many electrons through two slits, an interference pattern on the screen looks like the probability curve below. true false matching the liklihood of detecting a particle as it travels through space The more you know about position the less you know about momentum, and the more you know about momentum the less you know about position....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course PHYSICAL S 100 taught by Professor Allred during the Spring '10 term at BYU.

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