in fact you can e that any solution of the schroedinguer equation can be put in the form F=expi/hbar(S+hbar/iLn[R] where R is the real number formed by setting R=F*.F so this implies the relationship(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Pq[F>=Pc+hbar/igra[R][R> for any R so we would have the equality

Pq= quantum operator asociated to momentum

Pc=classic momentum

hbar= planck,s h/2pi

Pq=Pc+hbar/igra[R] so with this i conclude that:

a)particles have trajectories in the complex plane

b)the trajectories are given by extremizing the lagrangian

L=L0+V+hbar/igra[R]/[R], with L0 the free lagrangian V the potential

What do you think?.

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