Schrodinger’s Cat is an illustration of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle (multiple variables of a particle cannot be determined simultaneously). If a cat were placed in a box, by knowing its position in the box, it cannot be determined whether the cat is alive or dead. The process of plexiglass etching includes scratching an image onto a sheet of plexiglass, covering the stamp with ink and placing a sheet of paper on top. The stamp and paper are then rolled through a press to produce and image and allowed to dry.
8.5” x 6.25”
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Student Art in the Library Summer 2017 Exhibit