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Technical discussion of interpretations and associated experiments and theorems.

Current Quantum Mechanics (QM) describes experiments well, physicist nevertheless disagree about physical meaning of the fundamental concepts of QM. This disagreement started with Einstein-Bohr debate and spawned several different interpretation of the same basic equations.

This category is meant for sites related to Richard Feynman only. If you are submitting a site on Quantum Mechanics, then please submit it in the higher category. Moreover, just because your site mentions Feynman as a great scientist will not be enough to be considered for listing. Please make sure that you have sufficient content before submitting the site. Also consult the category description before submitting your site.
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Submissions should contain free content related to the teaching of quantum field theory. Site which focus on specific topics should be sent to the appropriate category.
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Submissions to Quantum_Mechanics/Resources should have content which demonstrates topics in quantum mechanics or assist in teaching quantum mechanics. Such content should also be provided without charge.
This category contains sites which provide demonstrations of topics in quantum mechanics, and online material useful in teaching quantum mechanics.
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