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The equation Δ x. Δ p≥h/4pi shows :
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The equation
$Δx.Δp≥4πh $
shows
:
A
de-Broglie relation
B
Heisenberg's uncertainty principle
C
Aufbau principle
D
Hund's rule
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Correct option is B)
The equation
$Δx.Δp≥4πh $
shows Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. According to this principle, it is not possible to determine simultaneously the position and momentum of a moving microscopic particle (electron) with absolute accuracy.
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