A Quantum Observation Technique: The 'Celalettin-Field Quantum Observation Tunnel'in an IC-Manifold and the 'Celalettin Tunnel Conjecture'; a Short Communication
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The 'Celalettin-Field Quantum Observation Tunnel' (Celalettin Tunnel) is a quantum observation technique. It is within a pneumatic manifold of Euclidean space where the randomness of particle Orbital Angular Momentum (OAM) is mitigated via electric polarization. It is described by the Celalettin Tunnel Conjecture. The presence of an electric field affects the nuclear spin of the particles within the pneumatic manifold. The manifold, namely the IC-Manifold, or Invizicloud© is unique as its axioms are a combination of classical and quantum non-logical parameters. The IC-Manifold has a variable density and exists only according to 'Celalettin's two rules of quantum interaction':
1. Quantum interaction causes quantum observation during fundamental particle interactions with orbital angular momentum electric polarized atoms within the IC-Manifold causing depolarization.
2. The photoelectric effect is not limited to solids but can occur in an IC-Manifold.
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