|Aug22-12, 09:56 PM||#1|
Question about the Klein Gordan equation.
Can i use E=|p|c and use this as my Hamiltonian for the Schroedinger wave equation.
and for p I will use the usual momentum operator. I know people have already tried this stuff.
Is it possible to factor in time-dilation to the Klein Gordan equation. As the wave function evolves in time, does it evolve differently in different frames of reference?
any help would be much appreciated.
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