World Scientific Publishing Europe Ltd., 2018. — 195 p. — ISBN 1786344904.The interpretation of quantum mechanics has been in dispute for nearly a century with no sign of a resolution. Using a careful examination of the relationship between the final form of classical particle mechanics (the Hamilton–Jacobi Equation) and Schrodinger's mechanics, this book presents a coherent way of addressing the problems and paradoxes that emerge through conventional interpretations. Schrodinger's Mechanics critiques the popular way of giving physical interpretation to the various terms in perturbation theory and other technologies and places an emphasis on development of the theory and not on an axiomatic approach. When this interpretation is made, the extension of Schrodinger's mechanics in relation to other areas, including spin, relativity and fields, is investigated and new conclusions are reached. Readership: Physicists, chemists, philosophers of science, anyone with an interest in physical science.Preface. About the Author. Aims. Basics: The Schrodinger Condition. The Dimensions of Space. Momenta, Operators, and a Problem. Approximation and Interpretation. Spin in Schrodinger’s Theory. Relativistic Equations. Fields and Second Quantisation. Epilogue. Suggested Reading. Index.True PDF
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