Schrodinger's Cat Experiment |

## Schrodinger's Cat Experiment Explained

**full name was "**

*Schrodinger's***". Schrodinger was born on August 12, 1887, in**

*Erwin Rudolf Josef Alexander***Vienna**,

**Austria**. He got his education at the University of Vienna. Schrodinger tried to tell how absurd and strange Quantum Physics is in terms of big things. To prove this, he does an experiment which is called the

**.**

*Schrodinger's Cat Experiment*
It has
been proved by many experiments of quantum physics that until quantum particles
are observed, all are present in their all possible state at a time and this is
called "

**". And when our equipment observes them, their wave function collapses and they all choose one state from the possible state and we only see the state that results. So, therefore, we can not tell in advance what the result of the quantum experiment will be because of***Superposition State***can represent many states of any object. By using the Quantum Particle principle now we developed***Quantum Particles***.***Quantum Computer*Quantum Particles |

**said that this principle should be applied in all things, such as animals, humans, football and all the big or small things we see because all these things are made up of**

*Schrodinger***. But we know that this does not happen in practical life. All the things that we see are visible to us in the same state every time, not in many states.**

*quantum particles***did not like the quantum theory at all. And to make it prove that the theory is useless for big things, he took the support of a thought experiment. He took a closed box and took a**

*Schrodinger***substance with a**

*radioactive***cat**, a

**poison-filled bottle**and a

**in it. Then he attached the hammer with a radioactive sensor in the box. In this experiment, the chance of decay of radioactive substances was**

*hammer***. The**

*50%***would be activated as soon as the radioactive substance was decayed. After the sensor activates, the hammer attached to it breaks the poison-filled bottle and the cat inside it dies.**

*sensor*
So this shows that until the box is closed we do not know
whether the cat inside the box is

**or has***alive***because of the chance of***died***of***decay***substance was***radioactive***. If we look at the cat as a way of quantum particles and apply the superposition principle to it, then we can assume that when the box was closed, no one was looking at the cat, then the cat was in both possible states, i.e,***50%***and***alive***.***dead*
This means the cat was inside the box having it's both
possible states. And when we open that box then its

**will collapse and the cat would choose one state from it's both possible state i.e, death or life. And we would get only one possible state. This means if we repeat this experiment, again and again, we get different answers.***wave function*
If we think generally, we know that when the box was
closed the cat would be dead or alive but it was not possible that the cat was
both alive and dead. So it does not matter whether we were observing the cat or
not. The cat always is in one of its states. In the final, we can only say that

**behave more differently than we thought.***quantum particles*
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