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Measurement, on the other hand, involves entities that may be subdivided into smaller and smaller fractions and is thus always an estimate.
This distinction between measurement and counting seems, on the surface, to break down at the atomic level, where the quantumtheory reveals that not only mass (in the form of elementary particles and atoms) but also many other quantities occur only in discrete units, or quanta.
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