Superposition

 

(quantum mechanical) A principle from quantum mechanics. An object on the molecular or atomic scale can be in two or more states simultaneously. The object can be in state A and in state B rather than A or B, for example, whereas A and B can be the energy or location etc. When the energy or location is measured the system has to choose state A or B depending on their probability.

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A quantum mechanical phenomena in which an object exists in more than one state simultaneously. [NTN]

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When an object simultaneously possesses two or more values of a specified quantity. Useful in the development of quantum computers

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A quantum mechanical phenomena in which an object exists in more than one state simultaneously. [NTN]

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A quantum mechanical phenomena in which a system exists in more than one state simultaneously.

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