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Physical Aspects of Quantum Mechanics

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THE purpose of this communication is not to give a report on the present status of quantum mechanics. Such a report has recently been published by W. Heisenberg, the founder of the new theory (Die Naturwissenschaften, 45, 989, 1926). Here we shall make an attempt to understand the physical significance of the quantum theoretical formulae.

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BORN, M. Physical Aspects of Quantum Mechanics. Nature 119, 354–357 (1927). https://doi.org/10.1038/119354a0

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