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I can't seem to find a reference formulating the Schrödinger equation as a set oftwodifferential equations in terms of the modulus [itex]|\psi|[/itex] and the phase [itex]S[/itex] instead asonediff. eq. in terms of the complex wavefunction [itex]\psi = |\psi|e^{i S}[/itex].

Can anyone show me the way?

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# Looking for: Schrödinger equation in terms of phase and modulus

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