Quantum hydrodynamics of extended particles
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An attempt is made to extend quantum theory so that it would be consistent with all fundamental conservation laws and at the same time intuitively much more acceptable and so that in a particular case it would incorporate the Schrödinger equation and in the limit h = 0 it would, of course, concur completely with classical mechanics.
KeywordsQuantum Theory Classical Mechanic Quantum Hydrodynamic Extend Quantum Theory
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