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Some Comments on the Real Meaning of Schrodinger’s Equation Revealed by the Fact that Electron Is Always a Particle

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We all physicist have long been believed that an elementary particle is a wave as well as a particle, but we discuss in this paper that an electron (probably all fermions) is always a particle. Author claim that quantum mechanics (QM) is not such mysterious as Bohr stated that the wave turn to the particle by observation. We can understand QM by natural human sense. The wave nature of electrons is only an appearance or a phenomena but not intrinsic or substantial. An electron is an individual body, which interferes with other individual electrons. Interference is the key word instead of the wave to understand the quantum mechanics. Interference produces the wave nature and the uncertainty. When we determine that an electron is nothing but a particle, we will see the true meaning of wave function and the Schr?dinger’s equation.

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H. Yamada, "Some Comments on the Real Meaning of Schrodinger’s Equation Revealed by the Fact that Electron Is Always a Particle," Journal of Quantum Information Science, Vol. 2 No. 4, 2012, pp. 112-118. doi: 10.4236/jqis.2012.24017.


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