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Spins is an interactive computer program that simulates Stern-Gerlach measurements on spin 1/2 and spin 1 particles. This software is used as part of the "Paradigms in Physics" curriculum. This can be used as an example to study general problems in quantum measurement and time dependence.
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Is Required By PH425: Spin and Quantum Measurement
The SPINS Java software is the foundation of the PH425 course.relation by Bruce Mason
Is Based On A computer-simulated Stern–Gerlach laboratory
The SPINS Java software is based on an earlier application written for the Macintosh computer.relation by Bruce Mason
Is the Basis For QM Spins Program
The SPINS program is the basis for the QM Spins program.relation by Mario Belloni
References The Nobel Prize in Physics 1943 - Otto Stern
The SPINS Java software can be used to build virtual experiments based on the work initially done by Stern and Gerlach.relation by Bruce Mason
Covers the Same Topic As Quantum Physics Online: Spin 1/2
"Spin 1/2" explores the dynamics of a single spin in static and time-dependent magnetic fields.relation by Bruce Mason
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