A stochastic picture of spin
Dankel has shown how to incorporate spin into stochastic mechanics. The resulting non-local hidden variable theory gives an appealing picture of spin correlation experiments in which Bell's inequality is violated.
KeywordsQuantum Mechanic Spin Component Velocity Vector Field Stochastic Mechanic Dinger Equation
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