It does not make molecular machines unworkable uncertainty principle of quantum physics? This is a fundamental statement (among others) that can not be determined the exact location of the particle for any length of time. This limits what molecular machines can do, as well, as it limits what can do anything else. However, calculations show that the uncertainty principle imposes few significant restrictions on how well atoms can be placed at any place, at least for those purposes, which outlines here. uncertainty principle makes electron position rather vague, and in fact this fuzziness determines the very size and structure of atoms. Atom as a whole, however, is relatively certain location, mounted to its relatively massive core. If the atoms did not keep their position relatively well, it would not exist molecules. Quantum mechanics is not required to trust these conclusions, because molecular machines in the cell demonstrate that molecular machines work.
Loving vs. Virginia: A Documentary Novel of the Landmark Civil Rights Case
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