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The Action Reaction Principle in Quantum Mechanics

  • Carlos López
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Part of the STEAM-H: Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, Mathematics & Health book series (STEAM)

Abstract

The action reaction principle is not automatically fulfilled in the standard formulation of Quantum Mechanics. An extended phase space can be considered where the formulation is consistent and projects onto the standard one. In an extended spin phase space, there is a new quantum state, isotropic. Using this new state, the composite singlet becomes separable instead of entangled. The perfect anticorrelation between both particles of the singlet appears in the subquantum states.

Notes

Acknowledgement

Financial support from project MTM2015-64166-C2-1-P (Spain) is acknowledged.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.UAHMadridSpain

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