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Alternative Approach to Time Evaluation of Schrodinger Wave Functions

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ABSTRACT

Time evaluation of wave functions for any quantum mechanical system/particle is essential nevertheless quantum mechanical counterpart of the time dependant classical wave equation does simply not appear. Epistemologically and ontologically considered time dependant momentum operator is initially defined and an Alternative Time Dependant Schrodinger Wave Equation (ATDSWE) is plainly derived. Consequent equation is primarily solved for the free particles, in a closed system, signifying a good agreement with the outcomes of the ordinary TDSWE. Free particle solution interestingly goes further possibly tracing some signs of new pathways to resolve the mysterious quantum world.

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M. Erol, "Alternative Approach to Time Evaluation of Schrodinger Wave Functions," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 3 No. 11, 2012, pp. 1716-1721. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2012.311211.

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