# Basic Paradoxes of Statistical Classical Physics and Quantum Mechanics

@article{Kupervasser2013BasicPO, title={Basic Paradoxes of Statistical Classical Physics and Quantum Mechanics}, author={Oleg Kupervasser}, journal={Universal Journal of Physics and Application}, year={2013}, volume={7}, pages={299-349} }

Statistical classical mechanics and quantum mechanics are developed and well-known theories that represent a basis for modern physics. Statistical classical mechanics enable the derivation of the properties of large bodies by investigating the movements of small atoms and molecules which comprise these bodies using Newton's classical laws. Quantum mechanics defines the laws of movement of small particles at small atomic distances by considering them as probability waves. The laws of quantum…

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