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    I was thinking of an experiment. Can we force a quantum boom with a proton and electron trailing behind if so you can force both into a linear motion. The speed of the electron can be measured and its relative distance from the proton as long as they are still an atom do we not know the electrons position?


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    Quantum boom?


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    Even knowing the distance of the electron from the proton, you would not know it's exact position in the electron cloud.
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    proton first look up sonic boom. no math
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    A sonic boom is a macro-scale effect. It's not applicable on the quantum level- you don't have air between the particles...
    His question was, "What is a Quantum Boom?"
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    basically if you moved the particles fast enough they could be forced into a linear movement. its a big toy for you to test called a particle accelerator. All you ever needed was the accelerator but it should be fun to experiment for.The quantum boom was basically the point where the particle started moving in a line the electron will always follow the path of the proton you think you dont know the energy level but its the distance can be calculated same thing really. so you know electron cloud position. However for this p must equal np. which i can safely say it does here anyways. you might think absolute zero no a circle is a waveform and we are on a planet.
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    the only "quantum boom" i know of is Cherenkov radiation.
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    quantum boom or no boom,there is no knowing the position of the electron with accuracy,and at sametime know the momentum. even at zero kelvin there is still motion and there is still momentum. get a math about this or end it here now.
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