A model for the stochastic origins of Schrodinger's equation

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Davidson, Mark P.;
  • Subject: Quantum Physics

A model for the motion of a charged particle in the vacuum is presented which, although purely classical in concept, yields Schrodinger's equation as a solution. It suggests that the origins of the peculiar and nonclassical features of quantum mechanics are actually inh... View more
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