Tuesday, July 9, 2013

1307.1851 (Tian-Hai Zeng)

Attempt at perfecting quantum mechanics based on interaction    [PDF]

Tian-Hai Zeng
Many wave phenomena are related to interactions. When preparing a particle in a superposed state starting from an eigenstate, we must let it interact with an apparatus or environment. Considering neglected interactions, states of apparatus and Newtonic idea about measurement, we attempt to modify some concepts of quantum mechanics. Our modifications include wave-particle duality, the principle of superposition of states, the meaning of the Schrodinger equation, the postulate of quantum measurement, and the uncertainty relations, without changing past correct results. These may help us to understand some typical quantum phenomena with near classical and intuitive ideas, to mediate some contradictions logically, and then to go a step further toward perfecting quantum mechanics. We also review the argument between Einstien and Bohr about quantum mechanics, and conclude that the result is a draw.
View original: http://arxiv.org/abs/1307.1851

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