On the fundamental properties of matter and action: A new quasiclassical concept of quantum mechanics
We introduce the notion of matter as a “primordial” fluid which has a density, mass, charge, and the quantum of action, distributed over the volume of an elementary particle. The nonrelativistic rules of matter behavior at the subatomic level are postulated. On the basis of the continuity and Hamilton‐Jacobi equations, the corresponding equation for the density flow of matter is derived and converted into a stationary Schrödinger equation.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 6, 2015
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