
b
 baryonic matter
All the matter that we ordinarily deal with in everyday life is baryonic matter. Baryonic matter is composed of atoms which(...) Read More
 Bohmian Interpretation of quantum mechanics
The Bohmian Interpretation is sometimes called the "Pilot Wave" or "Guiding Wave" Interpretation. It explains waveparticle(...) Read More
 Bohmian Mechanics
Bohmian Mechanics is an alternative name given to the Bohmian Interpretation of quantum mechanics. It is called “Bohmian(...) Read More
 Bohr atom
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c
 Causal Interpretation of quantum mechanics
This interpretation of quantum mechanics is also called the "Bohmian Interpretation." It was originally proposed by(...) Read More
 closed system
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 collapse of the wave function
Collapse of the wave function is the transformation from a spreadout wave function to a localized particle. To understand(...) Read More
 collapse of the wavefunction
See article collapse of the wave function.
 complementary properties
Complementary properties are pairs of properties to which the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle applies. The Heisenberg(...) Read More
 complex number
This is an example of a complex number: 3 + 4i. It means take 3 and add 4 times i. The letter i is the symbol for the square(...) Read More
 conjugate pairs
Conjugate pairs are pairs of properties to which the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle applies. Conjugate pairs are also(...) Read More
 conservation laws
Physics includes several conservation laws. The most wellknown is the Law of Conservation of Energy. This law states that(...) Read More
 conservation of energy
The Law of Conservation of Energy says that in our universe the amount of energy remains constant. Energy cannot be created(...) Read More
 conservation of matter
The Law of Conservation of Matter was abandoned as inaccurate by physicists early in the 1900’s. For more information, see(...) Read More
 conserved quantity
A conserved quantity is something that remains constant in amount over time and cannot be created nor destroyed. Conserved(...) Read More
 constant
A constant is a number or symbol that always has the same value. There are four types of constants:
A mathematical(...) Read More
 constant of nature
A constant of nature is another way of saying a "physical constant." Read More
 Copenhagen Interpretation
The Copenhagen Interpretation of quantum mechanics is the original attempt by physicists to provide an explanation for the(...) Read More
 Coulomb's Law
Coulomb’s Law is a formula that allows us to calculate the electric force generated between two electrical charges.(...) Read More

d
 dark energy
Dark energy is the name given to an unexplained aspect of the universe. Dark energy has been postulated as an explanation(...) Read More