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Quantum Physics is the study of how the smallest parts of matter behave on a microscopic level.
One major concern in Quantum Physics is predicting what we see on a macroscopic level. This is done by using quantum mechanics, which considers the parts that are too small to measure. Whenever something interacts with another object, such as when an atom or photon impacts another particle, it transfers some energy from its original state to its new state. This energy that is transferred from a Quantum's original state to its new state is called quantum energy, or E-Q. The law of conservation of energy states that the total E-Q in the universe remains constant, so what actually happens is that the E-Q is redistributed amongst other objects in a way that leaves the overall total energy in the universal constant.
In Quantum Mechanics, we deal with the matter at an atomic and subatomic level. Everything on the molecular level and above can be described by our common-sense conception of physics. However, on the atomic & subatomic level, it becomes more difficult to describe what happens because it is much smaller than anything we are familiar with on a day-to-day basis.
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