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"That a formula for π is hidden inside the quantum mechanics of the hydrogen atom is surprising and delightful."

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There's a Hidden Connection Between Pi and Quantum Mechanics

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For the first time, scientists have discovered a classic formula for pi in the world of quantum physics. Pi is the ratio between a circle's circumference and its diameter, and is incredibly important in pure mathematics, but now scientists have...

For the first time, scientists have discovered a classic formula for pi in the world of quantum physics. Pi is the ratio between a circle's circumference and its diameter, and is incredibly important in pure mathematics, but now scientists have...

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In 1655 the English mathematician John Wallis published a book in which he derived a formula for pi as the product of an infinite series of ratios. Now researchers, in a surprise discovery, have found the same formula in quantum mechanical calculations of the energy levels of a hydrogen atom.

Scientists look into hydrogen atom, find old recipe for pi - CSMonitor.com

Two scientists were surprised to find pi lurking in a quantum mechanics formula for the energy states of the hydrogen atom.

A nearly 400 year-old formula for pi has been spotted in a quantum-mechanics formula for the energy states of the hydrogen atom, according to researchers in the US.

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