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Particles and waves: The central mystery of quantum mechanics



One of the best astounding facts in physics is that everything in the cosmos, from light to electrons to atoms, acts like both a particle and a wave at the same time. But the question is how did physicists come to at this mind-boggling assumption? It has challenged us to grapple with the perplexing duality of the universe.  

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