- v. Simple past tense and past participle of quantise.
“Each quark, in addition to an electric charge, also has a special property which, like its electric charge, is quantised, that is, it can only take on certain values.”
“Alan Rooks, Blaby, LeicesterTime itself being quantised the smallest possible duration in terms of being able to detect something happening before or after something else is the Planck time, 10-43 seconds give or take a very small bit.”
“It seems better to think of them as (quantised) vibrations of fields.”
“(As Block (1981) points out, it seems that there is nothing in our concept of intelligence that rules out intelligent beings with quantised sensory devices; and nor is there anything in our concept of intelligence that rules out intelligent beings with digital working parts.) 2.8 Argument from Informality of Behavior”
“The convergence of the mean is to the mean of the quantised distribution, and for the accuracy improvement to work, the relative frequency of reporting 5.0 or 5.1 would have to change slightly as the true value went from 5.028 to 5.032.”
“I believe effectively quantised so there is a full continuous spectrum of energies depending on temperature.”
“However the internal states are quantised, so only specific energies are represented.”
“The discovery that the electromagnetic field is quantised started the development of quantum mechanics and led us to a microcosm that is just built up by point-like objects and where forces occur when two particles hit each other.”
“In 1900 Max Planck proposed that light is quantised in order to explain the black body radiation.”
“Paul Dirac published in 1927 a mathematical theory for the interaction between electromagnetic fields, such as light or X-rays, and charged particles with both aspects of light inbedded - it was a theory of quantised fields.”
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