Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle for Momentum and Position Coordinates Referred to the Joule-Lenz Relation for Energy and Time

London Journal of Research in Science: Natural and Formal
Volume | Issue | Compilation
Authored by Stanisław Olszewski , NA
Classification: For Code: 660399p, 850604
Keywords: dissipation time and energy of electron transitions, reference of the momentum intervals to position intervals in transitions.
Language: English

The quantum aspects of the Joule-Lenz law for the dissipation of energy imply for small transition energies the validity of the formula △E △t = h where △t is the transition time of an electron particle. The present paper points out that a similar relation △px △x = h is valid for a particle enclosed in a one-dimensional potential box on condition the momentum change △px concerns two neighbouring quantum states. A corresponding change of the particle position coordinate △x can be not so small.


The relation for △px and △x obtained for the one-dimensional case can be found to exist also in a three-dimensional system of the hydrogen atom taken as an example.



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