Klein‐Gordon and Schrödinger equations for a free particle in the rest frame
A system of two equations is found that has solutions which coincide with the solutions of the Klein‐Gordon equation in the rest frame. This system includes the Schrödinger equation for a free neutral spinless particle. Using the Schrödinger equation as an additional condition for solving the Klein‐Gordon equation in the rest frame leads to two Helmholtz equations. Helmholtz equations can be solved by specifying a particle model and boundary conditions. One of the Helmholtz equations leads to discreteness of the rest masses of relativistic particles.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 17, 2020
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