Jan '17
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MCAT Question of the Day | MCAT Course


  • Q:

    The Heisenberg uncertainty principle states that:

     

    A

    momentum and velocity of an electron cannot be known at the same time.

    B

    momentum and charge of an electron cannot be known at the same time.

    C

    momentum and mass of an electron cannot be known at the same time.

    D

    momentum and position of an electron cannot be known at the same time.




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