Complementarity principle, Physics

Complementarity principle (N. Bohr)

The principle which a given system cannot exhibit wave-like and particle-like both behaviors at the similar time. i.e., certain experiments will demonstrate the wave-like nature of a system, & certain experiments will demonstrates the particle-like nature of a system, however no experiment will reveal both simultaneously.

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