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Quantum dissipation is a branch that studies the quantum analogues of the process of irreversible loss of energy witnessed at the classical level. Where should a 1.8 kg carton be placed so that the center of mass of the three cartons is at the center of the bin? Drag the shapes on screen and use all your balancing power to make the ragdoll touch the chip for at least 5 continuous seconds. By replacing the energy E in Schrödinger’s equation with a time-derivative operator, he generalized his wave equation to determine the time variation of the wave function as well as its spatial variation.

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