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7 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Uncertainty in position when uncertainty in velocity is given
Uncertainty in position=[hP]/(2*pi*Mass*Uncertainty in velocity) GO
Uncertainty in velocity
Uncertainty in velocity=[hP]/(4*pi*Mass*Uncertainty in position) GO
Uncertainty in momentum
Uncertainty in momentum=[hP]/(4*pi*Uncertainty in position) GO
Uncertainty in momentum when uncertainty in velocity is given
Uncertainty in momentum=Mass*Uncertainty in velocity GO
Early form of Uncertainty principle
Uncertainty in momentum=[hP]/Uncertainty in position GO
Angle of light ray when uncertainty in position is given
Theta=asin(Wavelength/Uncertainty in position) GO
Wavelength of light ray when uncertainty in position is given
Wavelength=Uncertainty in position*sin(Theta) GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Initial mass of evaporant required to be carried for a given flight time
Mass=(Rate of heat removal*Time in Minutes)/(Latent heat of vaporization*1000) GO
Mass of rectangular plate
Mass=Density*Length of rectangle*Breadth of rectangle*Thickness GO
Mass of Primary product formed at electrode
Mass=Electrochemical Equivalent*Electric Current*Time GO
Mass of cone
Mass=Density*(1/3)*pi*Height of Cone*Radius of cone^2 GO
Mass of body( when distance traveled and k is given)
Mass=-(Constant K*Distance Traveled)/Acceleration GO
Mass of solid sphere
Mass=Density*pi*(4/3)*Radius of Sphere^3 GO
Mass of particle (relating angular frequency w)
Mass=Constant K/(Angular Frequency^2) GO
Mass of circular plate
Mass=Density*pi*Thickness*Radius^2 GO
Mass of cuboid
Mass=Density*Length*Height*Width GO
Mass of solid cylinder
Mass=Density*pi*Height*Radius^2 GO
Mass Of The Gas Using Vapour Density
Mass=2*Vapour Density GO

Mass in Uncertainty principle Formula

Mass=[hP]/(4*pi*Uncertainty in position*Uncertainty in velocity)
m=[hP]/(4*pi*Δx*Δv)
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Uncertainty in position GO
Uncertainty in momentum GO
Uncertainty in velocity GO
Uncertainty in energy GO
Uncertainty in time GO
Momentum of a particle GO
Wavelength of particle when momentum is given GO
Early form of Uncertainty principle GO
Uncertainty in position when angle of light ray is given GO
Wavelength of light ray when uncertainty in position is given GO
Angle of light ray when uncertainty in position is given GO
Uncertainty in momentum when angle of light ray is given GO
Angle of light ray when uncertainty in momentum is given GO
Wavelength when uncertainty in momentum is given GO
Uncertainty in position when uncertainty in velocity is given GO
Uncertainty in momentum when uncertainty in velocity is given GO
Mass a of microscopic particle in uncertainty relation GO
Mass b of microscopic particle in uncertainty relation GO
uncertainty in position of particle a GO
Uncertainty in position of particle b GO
Uncertainty in velocity of particle a GO
Uncertainty in velocity of particle b GO

What is Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle?

Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle states that ' It is impossible to determine simultaneously, the exact position as well as momentum of an electron'. It is mathematically possible to express the uncertainty that, Heisenberg concluded, always exists if one attempts to measure the momentum and position of particles. First, we must define the variable “x” as the position of the particle, and define “p” as the momentum of the particle.

Is Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle noticeable in All Matter Waves?

Heisenberg’s principle is applicable to all matter waves. The measurement error of any two conjugate properties, whose dimensions happen to be joule sec, like position-momentum, time-energy will be guided by the Heisenberg’s value. But, it will be noticeable and of significance only for small particles like an electron with very low mass. A bigger particle with heavy mass will show the error to be very small and negligible.

How to Calculate Mass in Uncertainty principle?

Mass in Uncertainty principle calculator uses Mass=[hP]/(4*pi*Uncertainty in position*Uncertainty in velocity) to calculate the Mass, The Mass in Uncertainty principle formula is defined as the quantity of matter in a body regardless of its volume or of any forces acting on it. Mass and is denoted by m symbol.

How to calculate Mass in Uncertainty principle using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Mass in Uncertainty principle, enter Uncertainty in position (Δx) and Uncertainty in velocity (Δv) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Mass in Uncertainty principle calculation can be explained with given input values -> 5.273E-37 = [hP]/(4*pi*10*10).

FAQ

What is Mass in Uncertainty principle?
The Mass in Uncertainty principle formula is defined as the quantity of matter in a body regardless of its volume or of any forces acting on it and is represented as m=[hP]/(4*pi*Δx*Δv) or Mass=[hP]/(4*pi*Uncertainty in position*Uncertainty in velocity). Uncertainty in position is the accuracy of the measurement of particle and Uncertainty in velocity is the accuracy of the speed of particle.
How to calculate Mass in Uncertainty principle?
The Mass in Uncertainty principle formula is defined as the quantity of matter in a body regardless of its volume or of any forces acting on it is calculated using Mass=[hP]/(4*pi*Uncertainty in position*Uncertainty in velocity). To calculate Mass in Uncertainty principle, you need Uncertainty in position (Δx) and Uncertainty in velocity (Δv). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Uncertainty in position and Uncertainty in velocity and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Mass?
In this formula, Mass uses Uncertainty in position and Uncertainty in velocity. We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Mass=2*Vapour Density
  • Mass=(Rate of heat removal*Time in Minutes)/(Latent heat of vaporization*1000)
  • Mass=Electrochemical Equivalent*Electric Current*Time
  • Mass=-(Constant K*Distance Traveled)/Acceleration
  • Mass=Constant K/(Angular Frequency^2)
  • Mass=Density*pi*Height*Radius^2
  • Mass=Density*Length*Height*Width
  • Mass=Density*pi*(4/3)*Radius of Sphere^3
  • Mass=Density*(1/3)*pi*Height of Cone*Radius of cone^2
  • Mass=Density*Length of rectangle*Breadth of rectangle*Thickness
  • Mass=Density*pi*Thickness*Radius^2
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