Quantentheorie: EPR-Paradoxon

Quantentheorie: EPR-Paradoxon

On the other side, Heisenberg's theory is so abstract that it proves difficult to use for concrete problems. Heisenberg tries to interpret his theory with the uncertainty principle (1927). It explains the novel mathematical properties of the theory (non-permutability of multiplication) with a new physical property of particles, their "uncertainty."
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