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Quantum ripples in chaos

The differences between quantum and classical chaos show up on the smallest of scales. Although tiny, these differences have implications for our understanding of quantum mechanics.

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Figure 1: The double-slit experiment.

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Albrecht, A. Quantum ripples in chaos. Nature 412, 687–688 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1038/35089156

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