the application of chaos theory to events where classical and quantum physics meet; also called chaology , quantum chaos
- Quantum chaos
noun See quantum chaology
noun 1. the application of quantum mechanics to the study of chemical phenomena.
noun, Physics. 1. a quantum field theory that describes quarks and gluons and their interactions, with the color of the quarks playing a role analogous to that of electric charge. Abbreviation: QCD. Also called chromodynamics. Compare (def 18). noun 1. (physics) a theory describing the strong interaction in terms of quarks and gluons, with the […]
noun 1. a computer that makes use of the quantum states of electrons or other particles to store and process information as quantum bits. noun 1. a type of computer which uses the ability of quantum systems to be in many different states at once, thus allowing it to perform many different computations simultaneously quantum […]