Stern-Gerlach Experiment

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Stern-Gerlach_experiment Silver atoms passing through an inhomogeneous magnetic field afford insight of electron spin magnetic moment per Sorin Cezar Cosofret[1].

Quantum Paradox

The paradox of measurement seemingly causing probabalistic changes in dipolar spin symmetries by the act of measuring assume there is no spin coupling to processes spin. While a beam of silver atoms traveling on a z axis through a magnetic field will split left and right, the split happens as a result of a perpenduclar, x-y planar coupling, with the split angles moving toward the plane of coupling.

Classical Electrodynamics per Cosofret Sorin Cezar

Cezar considers the magnetic spin-precession operating in a perpendicular plane to the line of travel of the silver atom. The quantum paradox disappears when classical spin-precession is considered as the spin-dynamic. Where quantum theorist fail to realize is that the spin source is a spin coupling rotated in a precessional plane perpendicular to the axis of travel. Explanation of spin up/down behavior demonstrating entanglement due to observation is refuted by a cascade of magnetic spin separators.

See also

Water isomers separated by spin

“Physicists in Israel have used a modern version of the Stern-Gerlach experiment to separate out water molecules according to the relative spin of their constituent hydrogen atoms. This ability to generate a sample of water with a well-defined nuclear spin could, say the researchers, significantly increase the sensitivity, and hence applicability, of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR).


  1. Space Quantization and Entangelement, Precession of Spin Moment of Silver Atoms in a Magnetic Gradient Cosofret Sorin Cezar,