# What interpretations of quantum chemistry support determinism in physics?

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I'm a newbie at this forum, and I apologize if my question is too simple or too philosophical for the forum. I have heard that the Copenhagen interpretation supports determinism, but the Many Worlds does not. Is that true? Can you somehow explain this? And what is the attitude of other  interpretations to determinism?

asked Nov 5, 2022 in Chat
recategorized Nov 6, 2022

I am very sorry - I wanted to say that I heard vice versa (Copenhagen interpretation does not support determinism).

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