DOI: 10.14704/nq.2009.7.2.235

Evolution of Schrödinger Uncertainty Relation in Quantum Mechanics

Andrew Angelow


In the present article, we discuss one of the basic relations of Quantum Mechanics – the Uncertainty Relation (UR). In 1930, few years after Heisenberg, Erwin Schrödinger generalized the famous Uncertainty Relation in Quantum Mechanics, making it more precise than the original. The present study discusses recent generalizations of Schrödinger’s work and explains why his paper remains almost forgotten in the last century.


quantum mechanics, Heisenberg uncertainty relation, Schrödinger uncertainty relation, quantum fluctuations, linear invariants of equation, magnetic confinement

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