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This article is about correspondence rules in quantum physics. For their role in philosophy of science, see Carnap–Ramsey sentence.
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Such replacements include energy and momentum, which can be derived informally from taking the time and space derivities of the plane wave function. These show a similarity to the heisenberg uncertainty principle.
Examples of correspondence rules
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