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Feb 28, 2024Open Access
The wave particle duality is one of the less intuitive properties of Quantum Mechanics. Under some particular experimental circumstances, when corpuscular systems can follow two alternative paths which later on rejoin and superpose, some wave like interference happens. If one of the paths is blocked the wave like behaviour disappears. As the particle arrives to the final position we can infer it has followed the free path, and therefore it is always spatially separated of the blocking system ...
Feb 23, 2023Open Access
This paper attempts to express imaginary number with chemical nucleotide bases (A T, G, C and U) as regards to Quantum Perspective Model. At first, the exact Euler’s formula was written just like as in here “e ^{xi} = cos(x) i·sin(x)”. Secondly, twin pi is substituted for x(x = 2Π). Thirdly, the result of this process equals to “e ^{2iπ} = cos(2Π) i·sin(2Π)”. Fourthly, sort up this formula just like as in here: “e ^{2iπ} = 1 i0” = 1. Fifthly, multiply both sides of th...
Aug 04, 2022Open Access
This work defined the concept of entropy for states of a quantum system and built a stochastic model of a dynamic closed quantum system. This paper also is considered new approaches to the concepts of statistics and spin of elementary particles.
Apr 25, 2022Open Access
In this article, it is shown that if a particle is at rest and has some harmonic oscillation, then a traveling particle with a constant speed corresponds to a De Broglie Wave. In 1924, De Broglie proposed that particles of matter exhibit wave like behavior, the expression for which became fundamental in the creation of wave mechanics (quantum mechanics). The main equation for this is the Schrödinger equation, which in the case of free motion of a particle becomes the expression for the De B...
Jan 28, 2022Open Access
This paper demonstrates the capability to simulate EPR experiments in a realistic way (i.e. without transmission of information between the source and the detector) and confirms even more the Bell’s theorem, by demonstrating that effectively nonlocal variables are required to violate the Bell’s inequality. Unlike all EPR experiments, this modeling instead of simply noting the inadequacy of a local modeling proposes a new way of nonlocal idealization. These simulations work on spreadsheet by id...
Sep 21, 2020Open Access
A very simple (therefore strong) argument, grounded in the action reaction principle, predicts the existence of isolated quantum, de Broglie waves. In this article I propose an experimental set up able to detect these quantum waves. As far as quantum waves are associated to any kind of elementary particles, massive or massless, charged or neutral, etc., its character is probably gravitational, i.e., they are microgravitational waves. The quantum wave is isolated when a particle can follow two (...
Jun 11, 2020Open Access
The Dirac equation of relativistic quantum mechanics is critically examined to see that it gives selfconsistent results. Our findings are in the negative.
Nov 08, 2019Open Access
We can not only bring time operator in quantum mechanics (nonrelativistic) but also determine its Eigen value, commutation relation of its square with energy and some of the properties of time operator like either it is Hermitian or not, either its expectation value is real or complex for a wave packet etc. Exactly these are what I have done.
Oct 14, 2019Open Access
Properties of a quantum field that represents an elementary particle and a quantum field that mediates an interaction between particles are analyzed. This analysis relies on fundamental physical principles. The mathematical structure of these fields proves that they are completely different physical objects. A further analysis proves that a quantum field that represents an elementary massive particle and a quantum field that repre ...
Jan 22, 2019Open Access
In this article we proposed derivation of the wave function of a quantum system from the functional representation of the state of this system. There is considered representation of creation and annihilation operators by boundary and coboundary operators of chain and cochain complexes on the physical space.
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