The physical world: quantum - for iPod/iPhone

The physical world: quantum - for iPod/iPhone

The Open University

This album examines the revolution in scientific thinking that overthrew classical physics in favour of quantum physics. Called the crown of the twentieth century, quantum mechanics is a blueprint for how everything behaves on an atomic level. Seven video tracks presented by Robert Llewellyn offer a beginner's guide to quantum. He revisits the battle of ideas fought between Einstein and Bohr, explains the importance of the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen Thought Experiment, and looks to the future of quantum technology. This material forms part of the Open University course S207 The physical world.

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An introduction to this album.

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    Fri, 09 Oct 2009
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