Definition of Indeterminacy principle

1. Noun. (quantum theory) the theory that it is impossible to measure both energy and time (or position and momentum) completely accurately at the same time.

Exact synonyms: Uncertainty Principle
Generic synonyms: Scientific Theory
Category relationships: Quantum Theory



Definition of Indeterminacy principle

1. Noun. (quantum mechanics) An alternative name for the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. ¹

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1. Turn of the Century: 2100 by Charlie Pedersen (2007)
"It is sometimes called the Heisenberg indeterminacy principle (a name preferred by Niels Bohr). Unified Field Theory A unified field theory is one that ..."

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