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A "massive" classical free field such as that given by the http://arxiv.org/abs/0809.1003" [Broken]. If the de Broglie relations are used, and v is the group velocity, the field can have momentum given by p=γmv. Can we assign such a field p=γmv without the de Broglie relations?

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# Momentum of massive classical free field

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