In P. Hollands book "The Quantum Theory of Motion" there is a detailed discussion of this situation. As I understand it, dBB predicts that the particle can be stationary ( v=0) in which case its energy ( and momentum ?) go into the quantum potential.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have a question about this. A classical particle in a box will exert pressure on the walls of the box. Is the quantum potential able to exert this pressure ?

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# Bohmian particle in box

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