If you are like most people, your children or yourself, will need some form of a practice worksheet before you begin to teach quantum mechanics. You might be surprised to know that not all practice worksheets come from the same places. You can get one from almost any source.
To become a student in quantum mechanics, one must be at least twelve years old and separated from at least one grade level. An older child will probably have better luck with this method than a younger child, especially if they have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). Attention Deficit Disorder is a serious condition that often causes a lack of interest in schoolwork.
So, what is Quantum Mechanics? It is actually quite simple. If you were to introduce a large number of particles into an isolated chamber with the particle at the center, you would find that it becomes unstable due to the energy provided by the outside of the chamber. You would then see the particle emits a very large amount of heat, which would create a type of radiation and lead to the particles becoming very light and falling through the vacuum of space, forming the first atoms.
After falling down to the center of the energy field, these atoms combine together to form molecules. These molecules then split up into smaller molecules, creating smaller atoms and so on. Eventually the smaller molecules would grow into a larger atom and this would then fall into the empty center of the energy field, giving off its own smaller burst of radiation, which would send the atom falling down the center of the energy field.
Quantum mechanics has not yet been completely proven as a scientific theory, but many scientists have found some interesting evidence to support it. It seems as though the particles in an atom have certain frequencies and if these frequencies are high enough, the particles of the atom are allowed to be displaced by those frequencies. You could then see that the atom may be torn apart by what is called a ‘quantum rupture’.
The process in which the atoms are torn apart is a bit more complicated than that, but here are the basics. The majority of the forces that act between the atoms take place by way of their vibrational frequencies. If the atoms are pushed into an extremely high vibration, they may become unstable, causing them to fly apart and create a void in the center of the atoms. This void, in turn, causes the atoms to break up into smaller fragments and fall back to the energy field that produces the vibration, which in turn sends them hurtling downward, where they find their way to the center of the atom and become another atom.
If the atoms are pushed too much, their vibrational frequencies will be too low to cause them to become unstable and if they are pushed enough, they will be torn apart. This is why your Quantum Numbers Practice Worksheet is so important. It should contain two different numbers on opposite sides, a lower and a higher number, representing the lower and higher vibrations of the atoms.
Quantum mechanics is a very complex subject and I hope that this Quantum Numbers Practice Worksheet has given you some idea as to how it is actually being taught to students. You may also want to go out and purchase one and read it.