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Foundations of Physics

, Volume 29, Issue 5, pp 721–727 | Cite as

On the Importance of the Bohmian Approach for Interpreting CP-Violation Experiments

  • Dipankar Home
  • A. S. Majumdar
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Abstract

We argue that the inference of CP violation in experiments involving the K0-K0 system in weak interactions of particle physics is facilitated by the assumption of particle trajectories for the decaying particles and the decay products. A consistent explanation in terms of such trajectories is naturally incorporated within the Bohmian interpretation of quantum mechanics.

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Quantum Mechanic Weak Interaction Particle Physic Decay Product Particle Trajectory 
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