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Space echo

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Residual effects of vanishing fields are shown to provide a formal analogue of the spin echo effect for the nonrelativistic spinless particle. The possible significance to the problem of nonlinear distributions is discussed.

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On leave of absence from the Institute of Theoretical Physics, Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland.

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Mielnik, B. Space echo. Lett Math Phys 12, 49–56 (1986).

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  • Statistical Physic
  • Group Theory
  • Residual Effect
  • Formal Analogue
  • Spinless Particle