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Phase in Bohm theory

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phyky
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Jan14-13, 09:06 PM
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What is the meaning of phase, S in Bohm theory? Is it same as the action in classical 1? What is their different?
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Jan15-13, 03:45 AM
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For spinless particles, the meaning of S in Bohm theory is pretty much the same as action (or more precisely, the Hamilton-Jacobi principal function) in classical mechanics.


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