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Convective Schrödinger Equation: Insights on the Potential Energy’s Role to Wave Particle Decay

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In this paper, we coupled the Quantum Mechanics conventional Schrödinger’s equation, for the particles, with the Maxwell’s wave equation, in order to study the potential’s role on the conversion of the electromagnetic field energy to mass and vice versa. We show that the dissipation (“conductivity”) factor and the particle implicit proper frequency are both related to the potential energy. We have also derived a new expression for the Schrödinger’s Equation considering the potential energy into this equation not as an ad hoc term, but also as an operator (Hermitian), which has the scalar potential energy as a natural eigenvalue of this operator.

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de Assis, A. , Torres-Silva, H. and Marklund, G. (2015) Convective Schrödinger Equation: Insights on the Potential Energy’s Role to Wave Particle Decay. Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, 7, 225-232. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2015.79024.

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