An empirical and classical approach for nonperturbative, high velocity, quantum mechanics
While conventional approaches to high velocity quantum mechanics (such as QED) have been very successful when a perturbation approach can be applied, those conventional approaches have been found lacking when applied to other physical phenomena such as the strong force. For this reason, an alternative approach is desired. By beginning with some simple empirical observations, and making a single assumption concerning the existence of an underlying wave, formulas are derived for a nonperturbative, high velocity, quantum mechanics. It is shown that the new formulas reduce to the conventional formulas in the low velocity limit.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 15, 2017
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